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H. C. 

DUNTON 

& CO. 



Ideas About 
House Furnishing. 



" How far can you swim, Willie ?" asked a visitor. 

" Oh, I don't know," said Willie. 

"Across the ocean ?" persisted the visitor, endeavoring to be funny. 

" I shouldn't wonder," replied Willie promptly. 

"Why, Willie, what a story!" said his mother. "Do you know 
how far it is across the ocean ?" 

"Don't care how far it is," said Willie. "Pop told me once never 
to admit that I could not do a thing until I had tried and failed." 

With much better grounds than Willie, we decline to admit that 
anyone can do better for you in the way of house furnishing than we 
can. With moderate expenses, with a great line of Furniture, 
Kitchen Ware, Crockery and Carpets to select from, and a disposi- 
tion to make every effort to insure the satisfaction of customers, we 
believe that our confidence in our ability to take care of your needs is 
based on solid grounds. 

We seek your trade, whether you wish to buy a clothespin or a 
complete outfit for keeping house. 



23 and 25 
Exchange St., Athol. 



H. C. DUNTON & CO., 

Furniture and Undertaking. 



'Athol Life and Fire Insurance Agency," 

ESTABLISHED 1865. 

Reliable Insurance, carefully written, up to date forms, and 
most favorable terms, in Stock and Mutual Companies. 

ANDREW J. HAfULTON, Agent. 

Also Agent for Sale of 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

73 Main Street, ATHOL, MASS. Hamilton Block. 

W. F. BIDDLE, 

Merchant Tailor, 

Lee's Building, 409 Main St., ATHOL, MASS. 

,n elegant line of the latest Foreign and Domestic Woolens to 

select from, and made up in the best style. With my long experience in 
Europe and America, I am confident of giving entire satisfaction. 



A Department for Repairing and Pressing Clotlies. 



(IV) 



MILLERS RIVER NATIONAL BANK, 



Capital Stock, $150,000.00. 



Surplus, $100,000.00. 



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DIRECTORS— Alpheus Harding, George Whitney, Henry R. Stowell, E. N. Harris, 

George D. Rates, W. D. Lney, Arthur F. Tyler. 

ALPHEUS HARDING, President. W. D. LUEY, Cashier. 

OFFICE, BANK BLOCK, 388 MAIN, CORNER EXCHANGE ST. 

At hoi Savings Bank 

ATHOL, MASS. 



INCORPORATED 1867. 



DEPOSITS, $ 1 ,973, 877.94. GUARANTEED FUND, 92,000.00. 
PROFITS AND LOSS, $74,776.60. 



TRUSTEES. 

Alpheus Harding, Oscar T. Brooks, George N. Kendall, Henry R. Stowell 
Andrew J. Hamilton, Lucien Lord, Solon W. Lee, George D. Bates, C. F 
Richardson, Leroy C. Parmenter, W. D. Luey, Arthur F. Tyler, Levi B. Fay 



ALPHEUS HARDING, President. H. R. STOWELL, Vice Presidem 

W. D. LUEY, Treasurer. 



Office, Bank Block, 388 Main, corner Exchange Street 
Quarter Days, January i, April i, July i, October i. 



(V) 



ATHOL NATIONAL BANK, 

1471 MAIN ST., ATHOL, MASS. 

ORGANIZED 1*71. CAPITAL., $100,000. 

\ H. GOODSPEED, President. C. A. CHAPMAN, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS. 

T. H. Goodspeed, Athol. H..C. Longley, Fitchburg. 

J. D. Holbrook, " C. A. Chapman, Athol. 

O. A. Fay, " H. M. Humphrey, 

Isaac Bourn, Templeton. N. L. Johnson, Dana. 

J. H. Lee, Boston. 

DISCOUNT DAY, MONDAY. 



C. F. PAIGE & COMPANY, 

Incorporated. 

JOBBERS AND RETAILERS. 

Dealers in 

HARDWARE. 

WILL SUPPLIES. 

Lime, Cement and Sewer Pipe. 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Cordage. 

Field and Garden Seeds, Fertilizers, etc. 

454 Main Street, Athol, Mass. 



(VI) 

ALBERT R. TOWER, 



DEALER IN 



Foreign and Donatio Dry (joodg 

Small Wares and Trimmings. 

LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OUTSIDE GARMENTS 

A SPECIALTY. 



CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS AND CURTAINS. 



379 MAIN ST., BRICK BLOCK., opp. POST OFFICE. 

ATHOL,, MASS. 

AMSDEN BROS., 

Fine Ready-Made Clothing, 

HATS, CAPS and GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 



384 MAIN, near Exchange Street, ATHOL, MASS. 

G. M. AINSWORTH, 

PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER 

HBATIKT C3- . 

Iron and Lead Pipe, Valves and Fittings of 
Every Description. 

20 Exchange Street, - Athol, Mass| 



(VII) 



ATHOL MACHINE CO., 

Iron Founders and Manufacturers of 

IARDWARE SPECIALTIES. 

Selling Agents (or Standard Tool Company's Fine Tools. 

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Which Stands without a rival, and should be in every household. 

DOUSED BEEF PRESSES 





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(" It beats 'em all "—price only 25 cents) up to the Swivel Coach-Makers' 
Vise with Swivel Jaw. 



Farmers' Vises, 



The Simpson Quick-Adjusting 
PARALLEL VISE 




The best in the World. 



Vises for Boys. 

Vises for Men. 

Vises for Farrrers. 
Vises for Mechanics and 

Artisans of all classes. 
Machinists' Vises, Jewelers' 
Vises, Carriage Makers' Vises, 
Carpenters' Vises. 

Seconds, or Vises slightly im- 
perfect, but just as good for 
actual use, almost given away. 

Call and see them. 



OFFICE, 82 SOUTH STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 




(vni) | 

WM. HOBBS, Ph. C, 

Druggi st 

Coolidge's Block, 

611 MAIN ST., ATHOL, MASS 

ASPHALT FLOORS 

Laid with Best Imported Rock Asphalt. 

ARTIFICIAL STONE WALKS and DRIVES. TAR 
CONCRETE. ROOFING Gravel, Slate and Metal 4- 

W. A. MURTFELDT COMPANY, INC. 

192 DEVONSHIRE ST., BOSTON, MASS. 

HOBSON, SEAMAN & CO. 

Successors to FEANCIS HOBSON & SON, 
DON STEEL WOBES, SHEFFIELD, 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS OP 

HOBSON'S "CHOICE" c«> Extra Best and "Warranted Best] 

OAST STE EL FOR T OOLS, ETC. 

HOBSON'S "CHOICE" Extra Quality Needle Wire. 



SEAMAN'S "NELSON" Brand Extra Cast Steel for Taming 
Hardest Chilled Rolls, k 

WAREHOUSE, 97 JOHN STREET, NEW TORE. 

OHAS. IXTTCI-I31.ii, Afeat 



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BREWED BY 



A. G. VAN NOSTRAND 

GHARLESTOWN, MASS. 



ESTABLISHED 1821 
Send for P. B. Boole. 




THE PRICE & LEE COMPANY, 

PUBLISHERS OF THE 

American Carriage Directory 



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File of Directories of different cities in the United States at 

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Our Patrons are invited to refer to them at any time, Free of Charge. 



(X) 

C. F. Richardson. F. R. Richardson. 

C. F. RICHARDSON & SON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



TRANSITS, LEVELING INSTRUMENTS 




ALSO 
SPECIAL 
Machinery. 



BICYCLES FOR SALE, RENTED AND REPAIRED. 
5 Traverse, Corner Main Street, Athol, Mass., 

L. C. Parmenter. Warren D. Lee. 

GODDARD & MANNING, 

Grand and Upright Piano Case 

MANUFACTURERS. 



We are making cases for leading New York and Chicago firms, and can sell 

First-Class 3Pia,ra.©s 

at lower prices than can be purchased elsewhere at retail. 



394 COTTAGE ST., - ATHOL, MASS. 



CAR! 



The Real Estate 
Market— -^ 

BUY BEFORE THE BOOM. 



The very safest and most profitable in- 
vestment is Real Estate, in such a town 
as ATHOL, backed and pushed by the 
brains and energy of such a man as! 
LUCIEN LORD. 

For proof of this, look at the animation 
and growth of Athol, with her hundred 
industries during the past five years, par- 
ticularly at " Lake Park," " South 
Park," "Intervale" and "Pleasant 
Valley." The best and most accessible 
real estate for homes or business, at half 
its actual value. Cash or partial payments. 
Plans and full particulars. 



LUCIEN LORD. 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC, ATHOL. 



Don't go to —«g 

ALASKA!! 



Athol house lots are safer and better 50 
to 1 than the " KLONDIKE," with its 
hardships and famine. Buy a building lot 
of LORD & LUEY and you cannot lose, 
but are sure to win. 

Now is the time to get ready for a Home 
or for Business. 

12 houses now building. All kinds of 
building material and labor taken in ex- 
change for house lots, or we will accept 
cash payments. Everything goes with us. 
We make it go ! Call or write to 



LORD & LUEY 

Academy of Music, Athol, Mass. 



Oon't go to. 

ALASKA!! 



Athol house lots are safer and better 50 
to 1 than the " KLONDIKE/' with its 
hardships and famine. Buy a building lot 
of LORD & LUEY and you cannot lose, 
but are sure to win. 

Now is the time to get ready for a Home 
or for Business. 

12 houses now building. All kinds of 
building material and labor taken in ex- 
change for house lots, or we will accept 
cash payments. Everything goes with us. 
We make it go ! Call or write to 



LORD & LUEY 



Academy of Music, Athol, Mass. 




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DIRECTORY , 

1 897. 



CONTAINING 

General Directory of the Citizens, Classified 
Business Directory, Map, Street E)irectory, 
Town Officers, Churches, Schools, 
Societies, Etc. 



THE PRICE & LEE CO., Compilers and Publishers, 

206-210 Meadow Street, 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 



CARD 
CATALOGUED. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1897, 

By THE PRICE & LEE CO., 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



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CONTENTS 



PAQB 

Abbreviations 9 

Advertising Department 158 

Banks 98 

Board of Trade.. 131 

Blocks and Buildings 8 

Business Directory 97 

Cemeteries , 132 

Churches 126 

Courts ,. 135 

Fire Department 124 

G. A. R 130 

Halls 8 

Index to Advertisers 4 

Index to Out of -Town Advertisers. 122 

Justices of the Peace. 134 

Knights of Pythias 130 

Library 131 

Masonic 129 



PAGE 

INames of Residents 9 

Notaries Public 134 

Odd Fellows 129 

Population of Athol 123 

Post Offices 182 

Roads.. 7 

Schools 125 

Societies, Associations, etc 127 

Sons of Veterans .... 131 

Stage Lines 118 

State Government 136 

Stock Companies 118 

Streets and Avenues 5 

Temperance Societies 130 

Town Officers 123 

Valuation of Athol 124 

United States Government 136 

Worcester County Officers 133 



SYNOPSIS. 

Names in Directory, 1896 (including 321 removals) 8,644 

Names erased in preparing Directory, 1897 403 

Names added in preparing Directory, 1897 431 

Names in Directory, 1897 (including 272 removals) 3,612 

Changes of address 729 



Broker, 

Fire and Accident Insurance 

and Real Estate Agent. 

311 MAI1V ST., ATHOL, MASS. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Ainsworth George M., front col'd p VI 

Allen & Ward outside cover 

Amsden Bros front col'd p VI 

Amsden L. K 161 

Arsenault Henry 160 

Athol Brick Co 166 

Athol Clothing Co 159 

Athol Gas and Electric Co. . . ... 160 

Athol House 172 

Athol Machine Co front col'd p VII 

Athol National Bank. . .front col'd p V 
Athol Savings Bank. ...front col'd p IV 

Athol Steam Laundry 161 

Athol Transcript Co 154 

Ball Frank H 171 

Barber H. R .. .outside cover 

Bates Bros 157 

Biddle William P front col'd p III 

Bradford Ezra O 168 

Brewer George S .. ... 156 

Bridge Lucius L. . . .inside front cover 

Briggs CM 162 

Brock W. H. & Co 155 

Brooks O. T. & Co outside cover 

Burdick Charles 167 

Caswell L. B 157 

City Hotel 171 

Coolidge Augustus 158 

Davis CD 156 

Davis F. E 165 

Donovan J. W 168 

Drew J. M 170 

Duntnn H. C & Co front col'd p III 

Estei brook Steel Pen Co 172 

Exchange Street House 171 

Fay Henrie C outside cover 

Fay Levi B 169 

Fay & Fay 166 

Field Charles Jr 159 

Fisher G. R 169 

Fitch Edison 156 

Foyo George O. & Son 160 

Fredette Edward 167 

French J. E. outside cover 

Frost & Whitcomb 162 

Gage Monroe F . . . 165 

Garvin Machine Co ,New York.opp 122 

Glenson F. W 1«8 

G"ddard & Manning front col'd p X 

Goodman's J. W. Sons 157 

Hamilton A. J . . ... .front col'd p III 

Hobbs William front col'd p VIII 

Hobson Seaman & Co., 

front col'd p VIII 
Humphrey W. M . .inside front cover 
Kelton E. Frank 170 



PAGE 

Kimball Daniel P 158 

King John L 158 

Lang & Jacobs Co. 161 

Law Edward M 162 

Lee Samuel 163 

Litchfield A. E 165 

Logan & Willey 161 

Lord Frank G 159 

Lord F. W outside cover 

Lord L ...... . map 

Lord Wallace 164 

Lord & Luey map 

Lyman AH. 8 

Marsh & Turner 170 

McNay Franklin 165 

Millers River Mfg Co 157 

Millers River National Bank, 

front col'd p IV 

Moore C W 169 

Moore Edmund 164 

Morse L. & Sons 156 

Murtfeldt W. A. & Co. , 

front col'd p VIII 
New England Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co opp 120 

Paige C F. & Co front col'd p V 

Peckham H. Marshall 167 

Pequoig House ... 171 

Peirson William R front cover 

Potter & Co 164 

Quinlan Cornelius 164 

Rice H. H 166 

Richardson C F. & Son. front col'd p X 

Robbius A. F outside cover 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, Boston. 168 

Smith Clifford H 162 

Starrett L. S. Co. The outside cover 

Summit House 171 

Sunnyside House . 172 

Sutherland James Jr ... 163 

Swift Parke B outside cover 

Thomas Charles A 160 

Titus Joseph A 158 

Tolman G. A 167 

Tolman Leon C 159 

Tolman W. T 170 

Tower Albert R front col'd p VI 

Tyler Arthur F inside front cover 

Tvler C. H... 166 

Van Noorden E. & Co opp 122 

Van Nostrand A. G. . . .front col'd p IX 

Wade J. L. & Co outside cover 

Waterman R. W 153 

West F. M., Springfield 168 

Wilson Albert J 1?2 

Windsor House 171 



ATHOL STREET DIRECTORY. 



The Street Directory gives the location of each street, and shows what other streets or places 
run from it or ar-ross it, with the number at which they intersect. 

From this list the location of any number on a street can be easily ascertained. A?, for in- 
stance, wishing to know at what part of Main street No. 368 comes, turn to Main street and you 
will find that Church street runs from 344, right side, and Exchange street from 394, showing that 
No. 368 comes on the right side of Main street, between Church and Exchange. 



Adams Place, from 414 

South northerly 
Allen, from 58 Drury av east 
to 55 High 

35 Highland av 
59 Riverbend 
151 Park av 
Alpine (Lake Park), from 
390 Pequoig av north to Silver 
Luke (Lake Park) 

Wallingford av 
Unity av 
Amherst av. (Pleasant Val- 
ley), from Smith southerly 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
Holyoke 
Vassar 
Arlington, from Glen av 
south 

Euclid av 
Sherwood av 
Beach, from 516 Vine east- 
erly to Water 
Beacon, from 235 School 
southerly to 454 Hapgood 
156 Wheeler 
202 Kendall 
285 Cheney 
Bliss, from 99 High south- 
westerly 
Brattle, from 530 Crescent 
north 
176 Goodale 
Briggs— see Concord 
Brown Av. (Pleasant Val- 
ley), from Smith southerly 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
Holyoke" 
Vassar 
Bryant, from 237 Vine west- 
erly to 272 Spring 
Bullard Place, from 156 

Main north 
C, from D northeasterly to Mt. 

Pleasant 
Canal, from 180 South north 
to Walnut 
65 Lumber 
139 Main 
Carbon, from 56 Pine east to 

Tunnel 
Cemetery, from 1886 Main 

north to Highland cemetery 
Cent ral f from 1417 Main west 
to 240 High 
78 Park 
Central Place, from 481 

Main southerly 
Charles pi, from 250 Hap- 
good northerly 
Cheney, from 248 Beacon 

west to 250 Prospect 
Chestnut, from South Athol 
road easterly to 1581 Main, AC 
58 Oak av 
124 Harvard av 
1 84 Lombard av 
238 Everett av 
292 Sanders 
518 Cottage 
946 Hapgood 
1122 Tremont 
1156 Common 



Chestnut Hill Av., from 
962 Main northeasterly 
227 Crescent 
265 Lee 
389 Goddard 
Church, from 342 Main north 

to Walnut 
Columbian A v. (Intervale), 
north and south from Twichell 
Lenox 
Common, from 1511 Main 

west to Chestnut 
Concord, from 254 School 
northerly and easterly to 21 
Riverbend 
Congress, from 218 River- 
bend east to 127 Park av " 
Cooke Place, from 34 High 

east 
Cottasre, from near F. R. R. 
southerly to 518 Chestnut and 
beyond 
22 School 
79 Tyler pi 
137 Sunnyside 
222 Hapgood 
424 Chestnut 
Crescent, from 630 Main 
northerly and easterly 
109 River pi 
128 Fish 

170 Lake 
226 Leonard 
324 Leonard 
340 Wellington 
398 Orange 
444 Silver Lake 
492 Laurel 

530 Brattle 
600 Chestnut Hill av 
D, from 107 South Main west- 
erly to C 
Dartmouth Av. (Pleasant 
Valley), from Smith southerly 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
Holyoke 

Drury A v., from 277 School 
southerly to 520 Hapgood 
58 Allen 
120 Haven 

171 Wheeler 
182 Lord 
217 Kendall 
242 Parmenter 
296 Oliver 

Dunbar Place, from 296 
Main north 

Electric, from 149 South to 
Fern 

Elizabeth (South Park), 
from South Athol road junc. 
Woodward av east to 177 San- 
ders 

Lombard av 
Everett av 

Elm, from 185 Pleasant north- 
westerly 

Essex, from Hamlet east to 
169 Freedom 

Estabrook, from 38 Spring 
east to 27 Mechanic 

Euclid, from 466 Vine east- 
erly to Water 



Euclid Av. (Fairview), from 
Fairview av westerly 
Winthrop 
Everett A v. (South Park), 
from Elizabeth south to 238 
Chestnut 

Swanzey 
Exchange, from 512 South 
north to Silver Lake 
73 Webb pi 
132 Main 
248 Ridge av 
295 Marole 
360 Terra re av 
451 Pequoig av 
Wallingford av 
Unity av 
Fairview Av., from Chest- 
nut junction Chase road north- 
eacterly to S Athol road 
Swanzey 
Fern, from Electric east to 
199 Freedom 
Hamlet 
Fish, from 128 Crescent north 
to Silver Lake 
162 Pequoig av 
Wallingford av 
Unity av 
Fletcher, from 339 River- 
bend southwesterly to 606 
Hapgood 

69 Fletcher pi 
Fletcher Place, from 69 

Fletcher westerly 
Freedom, from 227 Main 
southerly to Harrison and be- 
yond 

21 Lumber 
131 South 
169 Essex 
199 Fern 
225 Harrison 
Glen, from 171 Kennebunk 
east 

51 Highland 
Glen Av. (Fairview), from 

Chestnut westerly 
Goddard, from 389 Chestnut 

Hill av easterly 
Goodale, from 129 Silver 
Lake east to 176 Brattle 
Laurel 
Goodman Place, from 159 

Hapgood southerly 
Green, from 1310 Main east 

to 216 Kennebunk 
Grove, from 1512 Main east 
to Summer 

79 Humphrey pi 
120 Highland 
H, from Mt. Pleasant south- 
westerly 
Hamlet, from Essex south 

to 148 Harrison 
Hampstead Place, from 

341 Hapgood southerly 
Hapgood, from South Atho 
road northerly and easterly to 
947 Chestnut 
88 Tunnel 
97 Sanders 
159 Goodman pi 
250 Charles 
284 Cottage 
341 Hampstead pi 



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ATHOL STREET DIRECTORY. 



344 Prospect 
346 Cheney 
454 Beacon 
520 Drury av 
606 Fletcher 
672 Riverbend 
Hnrrin'ii, from Oak easterly 
to 225 Freedom 
148 Hamlet 
Harvard Av. (Pleasant 
Valley), from South Athol road 
junc. Elizabeth southerly 
Swanzey 
Oak av 
Chestnut 
Smith 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
H lyoke 
Vassar 
Haven, from 67 Highland av 

westerly to 118 Drury av 
High, from 489 School south 
to Tremont 
3-1 Cook pi 
55 Allen 
99 Bliss 
176 Liberty 
240 Central 
HI glil and, from 120 Grove 

northeast to 51 Glen 
Highland Av., from 35 
Alien south to Parmenter 
67 Haven 
137 Lord 
Highland Place, from 

1464 Main easterly 
Hill, from 424 Pleasant east- 
erly to 361 Spring 
Holyoke (Pleasant Valley), 
from Dartmouth av easterly to 
Sanders 

Brown av 
Amherst av 
Harvard av 
Williams av 
Yale av ' 
Humphrey Place, from 

79 Grove south 
Intervale Av. (Intervale), 
from Weft northerly 
Twichell 
Lenox 
Island, from 526 Main north 

to 193 Marble 
J, from D northerly to 148 Mt. 

Pleasant 
K el ton, from 163 Spring 
westerly to 228 Pleasant 
95 Simonds 
Kendall, from 202 Beacon 

easterly to 217 Drury av 
Kennebunk, from 1386 
Main northeasterly to F. R. R. 
171 Glen 
216 Green 
Lake, from 170 Crescent north 
65 Alley 
122 Pequoig av 
160 Wnllingfordav 
Unity av 
Laurel, from 492 Crescent 

north to Goodnle 
Lee, from 265 Chestnut Hill av 

easterly 
Lenox (Intervale), from be- 
yond intervale av easterly 
Intervale av 
Plnedale av 
Columbian av 
Sunset av 
Leonard, from 226 Crescent 
north'r y and east'rly to 324 do. 
Liberty, from 1321 Main west 
to 176 High 
48 Park 



Lincoln, from 123 Main 

south to 78 Lumber 
Linden Park, from 47 

Main south to Lumber 
Lombard A v. (South Park), 
from Elizabeth south to 184 
Chestnut 

Swanzey 
Lord, from 182 Drury av east 

to 13T Highland av 
Lumber, from 73 Linden 

Park easterly to 21 Freedom 
Main, from iron bridge junc. 
South Main and Mt. Pleasant 
easterly and southerly to Fair 
grounds 

5 Raymond pi 
47 Linden Park 
79 Canal 
123 Lincoln 
132 Smith pi 
156 Bullard pi 
204 Union 
227 Freedom 
296 Dunbar pi 
344 Church 
394 Exchange 
472 Unity pi 
481 Centrl pi 
508 Market pi 
526 Island 
555 Traverse 
559 School 
616 Wesleyan pi 
630 Crescent 
871 Riverbend 
962 Chestnut Hill av 
1159 School 
1310 Green 
1321 Liberty 
1386 Kennebunk 
1417 Central 
1464 Highland pi 

1511 Common 

1512 Grove 
1581 Chestnut 
1665 Mechanic sq 
1679 Pleasant 
1710 Union sq 
1773 Spring 

1776 Summer 
1886 Cemetery 
1915 Mechanic 
1942 Bears Den road 
2157 Water 
maple, from 30 Walnut north 

to Newton 
Marble, from 295 Exchange 

east to 48 Island 
Market Place, from 508 

Main north 
Mechanic, from 1915 Main 
southerly 

27 Estabrook 
Mechanic Square, from 

1665 Main west 
Morse Place, from 65 

Spring northwesterly 
Mt. Pleasant, from junc. 
Main and South Main near 
iron bridge northwesterly 
101 North Orange road 
148 J 
Myrtle, from 231 Orange to 

226 Silv. r Lake 
Newton, from 127 Maple east- 
erly 
106 Union 
Oak, from 53 South south to 

Harris n 
Oak Av. (South Park), from 
Swanzey jnnf-. Woodward av 
southerly to 58 Chestnut 
Oliver, from Drury av east 



Orange, from 398 Crescent 
north to Myrtle 
154 Pierce 
Park, from above Liberty 
south to 1124 Tremont 
67 Liberty 
149 Central 
Park Av., from 415 School 
south to Congress 
55 Allen 
Parmenter, from 242 Drury 

av east to 195 Highland av 
Pearl (Intervale), from be- 
yond Twichell southerly 
Pfquoig Av., from Pine- 
dale av easterly to 24 Welling- 
ton 
286 Exchange 
390 Alpine av 
466 Pish 
528 Lake 
Pierce, from 159 Wellington 

east to 154 Orange 
Pine, from 373 South south- 
erly to F. R. R. 
58 Carbon 
Plnedale A v. (Intervale), 
from Pequoig av north to 
Pinedale 
West 
Twichell 
Lenox 
Pleasant, from 1679 Main 
southwesterly to Doe Valley 
road 
185 Elm 
228 Kelton 
424 Hill 

Batchelder road 
New Sturborn road 
Pleasant Place, from3292 

School north 
Prospect, from 169 School 
south to 344 Hapgood 
110 Wheeler 
250 Cheney 
Radcliffe (Pleasant Valley), 
from Chase road easterly to 
Sanders av 

Dartmouth av 
Brown av 
Amherst av 
Harva'd av 
Williams av 
Yale av 
Railroad Place, from 164 

Hapgood northerly 
Raymond Place, from 5 

Main southerly 
Ridge Av., from 111 Union 

easterly to 248 Exoha-ge 
Riverbend, from 869 Main 
southerly to 672 Hapgood 
21 Concord 
82 School 
144 Allen 
218 Congress 
339 Fletcher 
River Place, from 109 

Crescent easterly 
Royalston Av.— see Cres- 
cent 
Sanders, from 97 Hapgood 
southerly 
177 Elizabeth 
267 Swanzey 
345 Chestnut 
Sanders Av. (Pleasant Val- 
ley), continuation of Sanders 
street 

Smith 

Radcliffe 

Wellesley 

Holyoke 

Vassar 



ATHOL STREET DIRECTORY. 



School) from 559 Main south- 
erly and easterly to 1159 do. 
121 Cottage 
169 Prospect 
235 Beacon 
254 Concord 
277 Drury av 
290 Pleasant pi 
328 Riverbend 
415 Park av 
489 High 
Sherwood A.V, from Win- 

throp west 
Silver Lake, from 444 Cres- 
cent north to Pinedale road at 
school house 
129 Goodale 
226 Myrtle 

336 Silver Lake cemetery 
Simon ds, from 95 Kelton 

southerly 
Smith (Pleasant Valley), from 
Chase road easterly to San- 
ders av 

Dartmouth av 
Brown av 
Amherst av 
Harvard av 
Williams av 
Yale av 
Smith Place, from 132 Main 

north to 41 Walnut 
South, from Miller's River 
easterly to School 
53 Oak 
149 Electric 
180 Canal 
284 Freedom 
373 Pine 

414 Adams Place 
475 Tunnel 
512 Exchange 
608 Traverse 
Son th I?Ialn, from iron 
bridge junc. Main and Mt. 
Pleasant southerly 

107 D 

Spring, from 1773 Main south 
to Hill 

38 Estabrook 

108 Vine 
163 Kelton 
272 Bryant 

Summer, from 1776 Main 

north to 162 Grove 
171 Winter 
Summit— see Highland av 
Sunny «lde, from 137 Cottage 

westerly 



Sunset Av. (Intervale), from 

Lenox southerly 
Swanzey (South Park), from 
Fairview av east to 267 San- 
ders 

Oakav 
Harvard av 
Lombard av 
Everett av 
Terrace Av., from 360 Ex- 
change northwesterly 
Traverse, from 555 Main 

southwesterly to South 
Tremont, from 1122 Chest- 
nut westerly to 286 High 
Tunnel, from 475 South 

southerly to 88 Hapgood 
Twlchell (Intervale), from 
beyond Intervale av easterly 
Intervale av 
Pinedale av 
Columbian av 
Sunset av 
Pearl 
Tyler, from 79 Cottage west- 
erly 
Union, from 202 Main north 
55 Walnut 
111 Ridge av 
169 Newton 
Union Square, from 1710 

Main northerly 
Unity A v. (Lake Park), from 
beyond Exchange easterly 
134 Exchange 
192 Alpine 
278 Fifh 
336 Lake 
Unity Place, from 472 Main 

northerly 
Vassar (Pleasant Valley), from 
Dartmouth av easterly to San- 
ders av 

Brown av 
Amherst av 
Harvard av 
Williams av 
Yale av 
Vine, from 108 Spring south- 
easterly 
237 Bryant 
466 Euclid 
516 Beach 
Wallingford Av., from 
beyond Exchange easterly to 
64 Wellington 
140 Exchange 



198 Alpine 
284 Fish 
342 Lake 
Walnut, from 207 Canal east- 
erly to Church 
30 Maple 
41 Smith pi 
114 Union 

Water, from 2157 Main south 
erly 

Euclid 
Beach 

Webh Place, from 73 Ex- 
change east 

Wellesley (Pleasant Valley), 
from Chase road easterly to 
Sanders av 

Dartmouth av 
Brown av 
Amherst av 
Harvard av 
Williams av 
Yale av 
Wellington, from 340 Cres- 
cent north to Pierce 
24 Pequoig av 
64 Wallingford av 

Wesleyan Place, from 616 

Main north 
West (Intervale), from Pine- 
dale av westerly 
Wheeler, from 171 Drury av 

west to 110 Prospect 
Wilder, from 14 Winter 

northerly 
Williams Av. (Pleasant 
Valley), from Smith southerly 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
Holyoke 
Vassar 
Williams Place, from 
Highland cemetery northeast- 
erly 
Winter, from 171 Summer 
easterly 

14 Wilder 
Winthrop, from Euclid av 

south to Sherwood av 
Woodward A v.— see Har- 
vard av 
Yale Av. (Pleasant Valley), 
from Smith southerly 
Radcliffe 
Wellesley 
Holyoke 
Vassar 



ATHOL ROADS. 



ADAMS ROAD, from New Sherborn road southeasterly to Petersham line 
BATCHELDER ROAD, from South Athol road easterly to Pleasant street, A C 
BEARS DEN ROAD, from 1942 Main street, A C, northerly to Gulf road 
BRICK YARD ROAD, from Old Orange road northerly to Graham road 
BROOKS ROAD, from North Orange road northwesterly to Orange line 
CHASE ROAD, from Fairview av southerly to Batchelder road 
COJSANT ROAD, from South Athol road to New Sherborn road 
DIKE ROAD, from Bears Den road northerly to Lee place 
DOE VALLEY ROAD, from Pleasant street southeasterly to Petersham line 
DYER ROAD, from Gulf road northerly to Royalston line 
EAGLEVILLE ROAD, from Partridgeville road southerly to Orange line 
FLAT ROCK ROAD, from South Athol easterly to Petersham line 
FRYVILLE ROAD, from Silver Lake street near Pinedale schoolhouse northeast 

erly to Royalston line 
GAGE ROAD, from Orange road southerly to Partridgeville road 
GARFIELD ROAD, from Templeton road southerly to Garfield place 



8 ATHOL ROADS, BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

GRAHAM ROAD, from Moore Hill road westerly through parts of Athol and 

Orange to Orange line n Graham's mill 
GULF ROAD, from Royalston road easterly to Royalston line 
LYONS HILL ROAD, from Petersham road southerly and across Petersham road 

to Doe Valley road 
MILLER ROAD, from Old Keene road westerly to Orange line 
MOORE HILL ROAD, from Brooks road westerly to Orange line 
NEW 8HERBORN ROAD, from terminus of Pleasant street southwesterly to 

Petersham line 
NORTH ORANGE ROAD, from 117 Mt. Pleasant street northerly to Orange line 
OLD KEENE ROAD, from 682 Chestnut Hill av northerly to Royalston line 
OLD ORANGE ROAD, from Orange road westerly to Orange line 
ORANGE ROAD, from South Main street southwesterly to Orange line 
PAINE SWAMP ROAD, from Gulf road northerly to Royalston line 
PARKER ROAD, from Flat Rock road southwesterly to New Salem line 
PETERSHAM ROAD, from 2437 Main street, A C, southerly to Petersham line 
PARTRIDGEVILLE ROAD, from South Athol road at J. M. Kelton's westerly 

to Orange line 
PINEDALE ROAD, from Silver Lake street near Pinedale schoolhouse to Pine- 
dale av 
RICEVILLE ROAD, from South Athol road southerly to New Sherborn road near 

schoolhouse 
ROYALSTON ROAD, from 682 Chestnut Hill av northerly to Royalston line 
SOUTH ATHOL ROAD, from Hapgood southerly to New Salem line 
SOUTH ROYALSTON ROAD, from Templeton road at Ward school northerly 

to Phillipston line 
TEMPLETON ROAD, from 2437 Main, A C, easterly to Phillipston line 
THROWER ROAD, from South Athol road westerly to White Pond road near 

schoolhouse 
TOM SWAMP ROAD, from New Sherborn road southerly to Petersham line 
TOWNSEND ROAD, from Royalston road northerly to Royalston road near 

Chestnut Hill schoolhouse 
TWITCHELL ROAD, from South Athol road at junction with Batchelder road 

westerly to White Pond road 
WARD ROAD, from Templeton road easterly to Phillipston line 
WHITE POND ROAD, from Partridgeville southerly to South Athol 
WILLIAMS ROAD, from South Athol road southerly to Flat Rock road 
WILLIS ROAD, from Old Keene road to Townsend road 



ATHOL BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS. 



Academy of Music Block, 180 to 190 Ex 

change 
Bank Block, 384 to 388 Main 
Brewer's Block, Chestnut c Main, A C 
Cardany's Block, 33 to 41 Exchange 
Chronicle Block, 514 to 522 Main 
Coolidge Block, 605 to 613 Main 
Fuller's Block. 1475 to 1493 Main, A C 
Grand Army Block, 460 to 468 Main 
Hamilton's Block, 369 to 373 Main 



Lee's Block, 405 to 413 Main 
Opera House Block, Exchange c South 
Parmenter's Block, 385 to 389 Main 
Pequoig Building, 406 to 428 Main 
Richardson's Block, 499 to 505 Main 
Stockwell's Block, 461 to 469 Main 
Transcript Block, 18 to 26 Exchange 
Union Block, 1574 to 1588 Main, A C 
Webb's Block, 417 to 437 Main 



HALLS. 



Foresters' Hall, 18 Exchange 

G. A. R. Halls, 466 Main and 1626 Main, 

AC 
Good Templars' Hall, 1479 Main, A C 
Masonic Hall, 1603 Main, A C 
Masonic Hall, 503 Main 



Odd Fellows' Hall. 39 Exchange 
Pythian Hall, Bank Block, 386 Main 
Star Hall, 409 Main 
Temperance Hall, 39 Exchange 
Town Hall, 1305 Main, AC 
Tyler's Hall, 578 South 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 



18 97. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

av, avenue; bds, boards; c, corner; emp, employed; h, house; n, near; 
opp, opposite; pi, place; rem, removed; sq, square; A (J, Athol 
Centre; S A, South Athol; S Royalston, South Royalston. 
A. M. Co., Athol Machine Co. I L. S. S. Co., The L. S. Starrett 
C. M. L. Sons, Charles M. Lee's | Co. 

Sons. • M. R Mfg. Co., Millers River 

J. W Goodman's Sons, J. Wes- | Mfg. Co." 
ley Goodman's Sons. 

ABBOTT JENNIE M. MISS, emp Bates Bros., rms 504 

Main 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Lueien Lord prop., 184 Exchange 
n Main — See map 
of Music Block, 180 to 190 Exchange 
Adams Benjamin H., palmleaf hat mfr. 408 South, h do. 
Collis, emp W. H. Kauffman, h Fryville 
Daniel E., silk thread mfr. 109 Lumber, res Boston 
Edward W., emp E. Ellis, h 159 Park, A C 
Flora Miss, clerk 464 Main, bds 408 South 
Fred H., painter, h 100 Grove, A C 
Ilorton, stone mason, h 210 Orange 
John M., hostler L. B. Fay, h 107 Walnut 
Joseph, grading and excavating 78 Wellington, h do. 
Julia, widow Louis, h 162 Silver Lake 
Lewis, stone mason, h 296 Crescent 
Lucy Miss, h Adams road, Riceville 
Samuel, emp G-. W. Howe, bds Partridgeville 
Adoor Paul, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Exchange Street 

House 
Ahern James D., blacksmith 38 Mechanic sq, A C, h 1694 
Main, do. 
Thomas F., rem to Boston 
William, emp Orange, bds 253 South 
Aiken Adam I., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 227 Riverbend 

John, emp Bennett & Van Yalkenburg, h 227 River- 
bend 
Luella Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 27 Ridge av 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M. plumber, steam and gas fitter 
29 Exchange, h 159 Riverbend — See front col'd 
p VI 
Aitken Martha C. Mrs., bds 225 Union 
Albee Ambrose S., emp Hill & Greene, h 198 High, A C 



10 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Albee Arthur E., photographer Pequoig blk 422 Main, h 
503 do. 
Charles II., foreman C. M. L. Sons, rms 3 Church 
Julius Gr.j carpenter, rms r 312 Drury av 
Alden Charles D., rem to Wakefield 

Edward C, emp E. Moore, bds 100 Bears Den road, 
AC 
Aldrich Amanda A., widow George D., dressmaker 383 
Main, h do. 
Frank A., farmer, h Thrower road 
Fred J., rem to Northfield 
Alexander Agnes Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 9 Tunnel 
Allen Cedric D., tin peddler, bds S Athol road 

Charles Edwin, emp L. S. S. Co., h 204 Marble 
Frank, laborer, h S Athol 
Fred E., emp 7 Exchange, h 74 Main 
George S. (Allen & Ward) 33 Exchange, h 93 Union 
Jophanus C, sawyer, h 957 Main 
William H., carpenter, h 254 Kennebunk, A C 
William L., rem to Boston 
ALLEN & WARD (George S. Allen and Ansel T. Ward), 
plumbers, steam and gas fitters, tin and sheet 
iron workers 33 Exchange — See outside cover 
Amel Joseph, laborer, bds 45 South 

American Express Co., Frederick J. Harper agent, 28 Ex- 
change 
Ames George J., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 121 Marble 

James B., rem to Gardner 
Amsden Albert W., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 94 Greene, A C 
AMSDEN BROTHERS (Charles F. and Fred E. Amsden), 
clothing, gents' furnishing goods, laundry agents 
384 Main n Exchange — See front col'd p VI 
Charles F. (Amsden Bros.) 384 Main, h 338 do. 
Chloe A., widow Washington H., h 1328 Main, A C 
F. Elliott, emp A. F. Tyler, h 178 Green, A C 
Festus G., bookkeeper A. F. Tyler, h 41 Highland 

av 
Frank J., machinist, bds 37 Pine 
Fred E. (Amsden Bros.) 384 Main, h 42 Church 
George M., emp George Gerry & Son, h 37 Pine 
Lillian Miss, bcls 37 Pine 

Lois S., widow Warren H., h 52 Summer, A C 
AMSDEN L0RIST0N K. furniture and house furnishings 
37 and 41 Exchange, h 163 Main— See p 161 
Otho F., h 94 (keen, A C 
Anderson Charles, hostler J. B. Reynolds, h 152 Walnut 

Swan, emp Hill & Greene, h 93 Marble 
Andrews Ellen S. Miss, bds S Athol road 
Henry 0., farmer, h S Athol road 
Herbert W., clerk 23 Exchange, h S Athol road n rail- 
road 
Andrnl Anton, emp L. Sanders Co., h 17 Hamlet 



ATIIOL DIRECTORY. 11 

Angell Hiram S., night lunch Exchange n Main, h 118 Mt 

Pleasant 
Anse Amable, emp Edson Fitch, h 501 Cottage 

— see Hains 
Anthony Charles, laborer, h 83 Marble 

James, watchman A. Gas and Electric Co., bds 83 

Marble 
Richard, foreman A. Water Co., bds 83 Marble 
Anton Cornelius, rem to New York 
Appleton Scott J., manager and leader Athol Brass Band 

and Appleton's Orchestra, h 270 Riverbend 
Appleton's Orchestra, S. J. Appleton director and man- 
ager, 270 Riverbend 
Archibald Alfred G., emp Pequoig House, bds do. 

H. Wheeler, emp Hunt & Ashford, h 71 Sanders 
Arlen Hattie Miss, bds -60 Cottage 
Armitage Cora L., widow George E., h 442 School 

Idelle F. Miss, compositor Transcript Office, bds 198 

Crescent 
Mary E., widow Benjamin F., h 198 Crescent 
Rollin F., emp Hill & Greene, bds 198 Crescent 
Arno Theodore, emp G. S. Drury, bds 135 Marble 
Arnot John J., rem to Keene, N". H. 
John, carpenter, h 587 Chestnut 
William I)., emp Hill & Greene, h 516 Hapgood 
ARSENAULT "HENRY, druggist 444 Main, h 80 S Main- 
See p 160 
Ashford H. Clarence, bookkeeper L. Sanders Co., bds 7 
High 
Henry W. (Hunt & Ashford) Sanders n Chestnut, h 7 
High 
Ashmore George, bds 205 Beacon 

William, emp Bates Bros., bds 205 Beacon 
Assessors' Office, 206 Exchange 
Athol Brass Band, Scott J. Appleton leader and manager, 

270 Riverbend 
ATHOL BRICK CO. brick mfrs. Brick Yard road— See p 

166 
ATHOL CLOTHING CO. Cutting, Dexter & Barrus props., 
clothing, hats, caps, gents' furnishings, etc. 431 
Main n Exchange — See p 159 
Co-operative Bank, C. F. Richardson sec. and treas., 

office 5 Traverse c Main 
Cycling Club, 387 Main 
Fire Department, office 206 Exchange 

ATHOL GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. THE, Fred R. Davis 

treas. and snp't, (1) Bank blk 386 Main — See p 

160 
High School, 494 School opp High 
Hose Co. No. 3, Pleasant n Main, A C 
ATHOL HOUSE, Milton O. Perham prop., 76 Traverse 

opp depot — See p 172 



12 ATHOL DIKECTOEY. 

ATHOL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY, An- 
drew J. Hamilton prop., 373 Main — See front 
col'd p III 

ATHOL MACHINE COMPANY, infra, machinists' tools, 

vises and meat choppers 82 South — See front 
col'd p Vll 
ATHOL NATIONAL BANK, 1471 Main, A C-See front 
col'd p V 
Paper Box Co., Hager & Gilkey props., Canal c 

Lumber 
Poor Farm, James P. Goodman sup't, Templeton road 

n S Koyalston road 
Public Library, 274 School 

Pump Co., A. F. Fletcher & Son props., pump mfrs, 

74 Fletcher 

ATHOL SAVINGS BANK, 388 Main c Exchange— See 

front col'd p IV 

Steam Cleaning and Dyeing Works, Asa W. Perkins 

prop., dyers and clothes cleaners South n Tunnel 

ATHOL STEAM LAUNDRY, William B. Whittemore 

prop., 355 Main n Exchange — See p 161 
ATHOL TRANSCRIPT CO. 20 to 26 Exchange— See p 
154 
Water Co., Warren G. West sup't, office 166 Ex- 
change 
and Orange Street Bailway Co., William D. Luey 
treas., office 388 Main 
Atwood Emma Mrs., bds 45 Pleasant, A C 

Lewis P., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 121 Spring, A C 
Auestikalnis Casper, rem to Boston 
Austin Caroline, widow Henry, h 2 Eaymond pi 
Charles W., laborer, bds 2 Eaymond pi 
E. D., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 222 Walnut 
Sawyer, laborer, bds Frank Hill, S A 
Avery F. Charles, principal High School, h 440 School 

Frederick L., teamster, h Partridgeville 
Ayotte Eli, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 91 Canal 

Eli Jr., laborer, h 436 Cottage 
Azubas Mike, emp L. Sanders Co., h Smith n Sanders av 

BABBITT CELESTINA, widow Thomas, rem to Boston 

Cora M. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 224 Crescent 

Freeman A., physician 44 Pine, h do. 

Hiram, rms 5 School c Traverse 

Maria M., widow Maro F., h 224 Crescent 
Babcock Charles S. Mrs., emp Bates Bros., h 105 Prospect 

L. Leroy, emp Potter & Co., bds 105 Prospect 
Bacon David A., stone mason, h 591 Vine, A C 

Etta Gk Miss, tel. operator Postal Tel. Cable Co., rms 
96 Exchange 

Eerbert, laborer, bds 591 Vine, A C 
Bah reus Appolinas, emp E. Fitch, bds Webb pi 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 13 

Bailey Dora E. Miss, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 278 Crescent 
Ifebert E., teamster emp W. T. Tolman, h 189 South 
Mattie E. Miss, emp W. H. Brock & Co., bds 278 

BAILEY RUSSELL A. sec. Athol Brick Co., Brickyard 
road, bds do. 
Samuel B., bds 57 Fish 
Susan, widow William, h 278 Crescent 
Baker A. Rosilla Mrs., housekeeper 231 Drury av 

Belle H. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 51 Summer, 

AC 
Ella M. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 51 Summer, A C 
George W., emp Bates Bros., h 567 Chestnut 
Harrison C, confectionery and fruit 172 Spring, A C, 

bds 140 do. 
Lemuel K., rem to 'Revere 
Mary C, widow John, bds 119 Laurel 
Minnie Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 49 Prospect 
Silas F., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 161 Park, A C 
Balcom John L., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 57 Riverbend 
Susan A., widow John, h Pleasant, A C 
Ward V., rem to North Adams 
William H., trav. salesman, h 42 Maple n Walnut 
Baldwin Charles H., h 134 Drury av 

Eden E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h Ward road n Temple- 
ton road 
Ball Carrie E. Mrs., nurse, h Dunbar pi 

Francis W., clerk 1493 Main, A C, h 1875 do. 
BALL FRANK H. prop. Windsor House 32 and 34 Ex- 
change, Exchange Street House and grocer 46 to 
52 Exchange, h do. — See p 171 
Harry E., rem to Keene, N. H. 
Lizzie, widow George, bds 73 Wellington 
Lucretia M., widow George E., h 211 Kelton, A C 
Pliny W., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 140 Spring, A C 
Willie A., carriage painter, h 30 Dunbar pi 
Winfred L., clerk 1706 Main, A C, h 140 Spring, 
do. 
Ballard Flavian, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 166 School 
Baltren Kasimir, laborer, bds 45 South 
Baltrushutz Dominic, rem to Poland 
Bancroft Elizabeth, widow C. Otis, h 160 Cottage 

George, emp Met. Stock Exchange, bds Pequoig 

House 
Hiram A., carpenter and cider mill Petersham road n 
Templeton road, A C, h do. 
Bank Block, 384 to 388 Main 
Bannon Charles A., h 164 Exchange 

Charles W., merchant tailor Orange, h 339 School 
Frank W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 339 School 
BARBER HARDING R. harness mfr. and dealer in trunks, 
bags and horse furnishings 460 Main, h 141 
Union — See outside cover 



14 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Barber L. Maria Miss, bds 486 Chestnut Hill av 
Barker, Colburn & Carter (Nathan B. Barker, Francis Col- 
burn and John A. Carter),props. Eagle Furniture 
Co. S Atliol road 
George W., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Windsor House 
Nathan B. (Eagle Furniture Co.) S Athol road, h 131 
Prospect 
Barlow Charles F., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 212 Walnut 
Barnes Charles S., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 460 Cottage 
Minnie Mrs., bds 460 Cottage 
Orcutt, emp G. W. Howe, bds Partridgeville 
Barrett James, watchman B. & A. R. R., h S Athol road n 
Fairview av 
John, farmer, h 481 Chestnut 
Maggie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds S Athol road n 

Fairview av 
Mary Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 481 Chestnut 
Robert, emp Bellows Falls, bds S Athol road n Fair- 
view av 
Barrows Alfred E., handle mfr. 67 Summer, A C, h do. 
Alfred E. Mrs., dressmaker, h 67 Summer, A C 
George A., mason, h 417 Vine, A C 
Barrus Benjamin F., emp Stowell & Worrick, h 96 Ex- 
change 
Elmer, farm hand, h 31 Kelton, A C 
Ernest P., clerk L. S. S. Co., bds 96 Exchange 
Herbert C. (Athol Clothing Co.) 431 Main, h 36 Pros- 
pect 
William J., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 45 Simonds, A C 
Barry George H., emp L. S. S. Co., h 143 Freedom 

Richard, laborer, h 205 South n Canal 
Bartholmes C. AV., emp L. S. S. Co., bds Athol House 
Bartlett Clarence C, mechanic, bds 621 Chestnut 
Frank C, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 29 Lord 
Herbert L., bookkeeper 33 Exchange, bds 29 Lord 
Barton Charles II., farmer, li 1141 Chestnut, A C 

Eliza, widow Orrin, bds Pleasant n Batchelder road, 

A C 
Elwin W., emp Sawyer Tool Co., rms 106 Ridge av 
Bassett Lucinda S., widow Charles C, h 1429 Main, A C 

Mary E., widow Cyrus, h 297 Main 
Bates Annetta A. Miss, bds 1551 Main, A C 
BATES BROS. (George D. and James P. Bates), wallet 
mfrs. 33 Island— See p 157 
George D. (Bates Bros) 33 Island and (Parmenter & 

Bates), h 270 Main 
James P. (Bates Bros.) 33 Island, res New York 
Josephine, widow Charles A., h 129 Union 
Battersby Franklin G., emp L. S. S. Co., h 459 School 

James II., emp E. Fitch, h 188 Highland av 

Battle Everett A., emp L. S. S. Co., h 41 Highland av 

Thaddeus B., machinist, h 59 Highland av 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 15 

Battles George L., farmer, h 528 Vine, A C 

Baxter Daniel A., emp L. Sanders Co., h 220 Freedom 

Henry, carriage painter, bds 220 Freedom 
Baynton Elmer, rem to Springfield 
Beal Archie A., rem to Baldwinville 
Beals Mary A., widow George, h 1895 Main, A C 
Beaman Maria R., widow W. H., h 186 Crescent 

Warren H., emp E. Moore, bds 101 Summer, A C 
William A., bicycles, sporting goods, etc. 77 Ex- 
change, rms 149 Walnut 
Bean Frank, watchman L. S. S. Co., h 349 Cottage 
Beard Roswell, h 1258 Main, A C 
Beauchamp Peter, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h Silver Lake ab 

cemetery 
Beaudry Louis P., rem to Pawtucket, R. I. 

Roderick D., rem to Pawtucket, R. I . 
Beebe Newell S., h 325 Crescent 
Beers Cyrus S., emp CD. Davis, h 835 Main 
Beety Charles Mrs., bds 100 Silver Lake 

Samuel, painter, h 795 Main 
Begin Charles J., clerk 440 Main, h 32 Laurel 
Begiolini Peter, laborer, h 317 Vine, A C 
Bell John, teamster emp F. A. Aldrich, h 56 Lumber 
Bellows Stephen H., treas. and sup't Athol Machine Co., h 

463 Chestnut Hill av 
Bement John R., dentist 376 Main, res Orange 
Bemis George W., teamster, h 1 849 Main, A C 

Roger W., bookkeeper 1493 Main, A C, bds 116 Glen, 

do. 
Samuel A., blacksmith, h 116 Glen, A C 
Thomas B., carpenter, h 84 Marble 
Beni amin Foster J., lumberman, h 71 Central, A C 
Bennett Albert G. (Bennett & Van Yalkenburg) 95 Cres- 
cent, res Springfield 
George A., foreman Hill & Greene, h 104 Pleasant, 

AC 
Henry W., rem to New Haven, Conn. 
Lida E. Miss, clerk 389, Main, rms (12) 376 do. 
Ollie E., emp John E. French, h Sanders av opp 

Smith 
& Van Yalkenburg (Albert G. Bennett and Levi S. 
Van Yalkenburg), cotton warp mfrs. 95 Crescent 
Benson Axel E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 445 Wallingford 
av 
Charles, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Swanzey n Sanders 
Mis P., woodworker emp L. C. Sawin, h 438 Walling- 
ford av 
Benton George A., rem to Brockton 
Bergeron Francois X., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 165 Silver 

Lake 
Berry Charles, rem to Enfield 

Frank, carpenter, h 73 Cottage 



16 . ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Berry William H., boss carder W. H. Kauffman, li Fry- 

viUe 
Betrokavicz Jacob, laborer, bds 54 Carbon 
Betts Eloine Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 387 Main 

Sylvanus, rem to Conway 
BIDDLE WILLIAM F. merchant tailor 409 Main, h 154 

. Fish — See front coFd p III 
Bigelow Alice J. Mrs., bookkeeper L. Morse & Sons, h 205 
Allen 

Charles F., baggage express 205 Allen, h do. 

Clifford W., clerk Poquaig Clothing Co., bds S Main 

Cora Miss, milliner 180 Exchange, rms 254 Main 

Dorothy, widow Daniel, h 322 Pleasant, A C 

Ellen M. Miss, teacher, h 72 Cottage 

Elmer S., carpenter, h 35 High 

Francena S. Miss, bds 72 Cottage 

George E., bds Petersham road n Templeton road 

George W., emp C. FT. Richards, bds 96 Sanders 

Josiah P., emp Bates Bros., bds S Main 

J. Sanford, h 72 Cottage 

Lima E. Miss, teacher, bds S Main 

Oscar J., auctioneer S Main, h do. 

T. Walter, shipping clerk A. M. Co., h 232 Freedom 
Bigwood William,, farmer, h Old Keene road at town line 
Billargeon John E., emp E. Fitch, bds 159 Central, A C 

Peter, emp E. Fitch, h 159 Central, A C 
Billings Hannah T., widow William B., h 696 Hapgood 

Julia A., widow Jeremiah B., h 78 Laurel 

Lewis S., farmer, h 34 Concord 
BIRCH SYLVANUS J. physician and surgeon (46) 416 
Main, bds Pequoig House; office hours 1 to 3 and 
7 to 8 p. m. 
Bisbee James D., foreman L. Sanders Co., h 152 Highland 

av 
Bishop Inez Miss, emp M. R, Mfg. Co., bds 544 Crescent 
Bissell Erwin M., emp C. M. L. Sons., h 205 Beacon 

Gertie B. Miss, dressmaker, bds 164 Beacon 

Samuel R,, shoemaker 538 Main, li 164 Beacon 

S. R. Mrs., dressmaker 164 Beacon, h do. 
Blackburn Mary Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 28 Winter, 

AC 
Blackmer Fred H., emp Edson Fitch, h 102 Summer, A C 

Hiram C, h 102 Summer, A C 
Blair Hiram K., farmer, h N Orange road 
Blake Charles, bds 289 Crescent 

Charles X., physician, bds 96 Ridge av 

John C. (Wellman & Blake) 40 Island, h 96 Ridge av 

Joseph C, farmer, h Royalston road ab Townsend 
road 

Laura W., widow Thomas, h 140 Spring, A C 
Blanc Felix, emp Goddard & Manning, h 369 Cottage 
Blanchard Amos, rem io South Royalston 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 17 

Blanchard Arthur N., emp B. & A. R. R. freight depot, h 
Pinedale 

Merrick, directory canvasser, h 266 Spring, A C 

Merrick J., rem to Amherst 
Blanchette Luke, emp E. Fitch, h 82 Bliss 
Blanding William, bds 132 Grove, A C 
Bliss Maria C. Mrs., emp Bates Bros., h 609 Main 

Mary A. Mrs., grocer 19 Main, h do. 

Philip H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 128 Orange 

Roland W., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 15 Hampstead 

Pi 

William H., emp Hill & Greene, h 1705 Main, A C 
Blodgett Charles, emp H. H. Rice, h S Athol 

Frank C, emp Warren D. Lee 

Marble, carpenter -107 Pequoig av, h do. 

Sarah I)., widow Francis A., h 1652 Main, A C 

W r alter, farmer, h Flat Rock road n town line 
Board of Health Office, (2) Bank blk 386 Main 
Bohanon Clarence H., rem to Petersham 
Bolles Harry R., clerk 426 Main, bds 194 Cottage 
Bonin Joseph, emp L. Sanders Co., bds 169 Orange 

William, laborer, h 169 Orange 

William Jr., laborer, bds 169 Orange 
Bonney Sarah, widow William, bds 177 Riverbend 
Boston and Albany Railroad freight depot, S Athol road 

opp Hapgood 
Bosworth Daniel G., emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, bds Part- 
ridgeville 

Joel L v emp F. R. Cobb, rms 538 South 

Joel L. Mrs., emp W. H. KaurTman, h Fryville 

Levi, clock repairer, confectionery and saw filing 339 
South, h 349 do. 

Orrin R., engineer, bds 349 South 
Bottomly Frank, clerk W. L. Swan, h 74 Marble 

Frank E., pop corn dealer, h 466 Main 
Bourdeau Arthur, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 195 Hapgood 
Bourell Matilda, widow Maxim e, bds 94 Wellington 
Boutell George W., grist mill 1629 Main, A C, h 87 Pleas- 
ant, do. 
Bowen Eliza E. Miss, rem to Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
Bowers Charles W., emp Hill & Greene, h 211 Allen 
Bowker Alphonso V., physician and oculist 573 Main, h 
do. 

Annie M. Miss, milliner StockwelFs blk 465 Main, rms 
243 do. 

Arthur H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 59 Sanders 

Ashley Y., bds 370 Main 

Mary E., widoAV Warren H., h 1447 Main, A C 
Bowman Bessie E. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 565 Pequoig 

av 
Boyce Eugene R., clerk 321 Main, h 181 do. 



18 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Boyce Florence E. Miss, stenographer L. S. S. Co., Ms 276 
Pleasant, A C 
Harriet E., widow Robert F., h 276 Pleasant, A C 
Stephen E. D., emp L. Morse & Son, h 38 Euclid, 
A C 
Boyd James M., emp E. Moore, h 95 Kennebunk, A C 
Boyer Joseph, rem to Ellenbnrgh, N". Y. 
William, rem to Ellenburgh, BT. Y. 
Boyle Joseph Francis, emp L. S. S. Co., rms 513 Main 
Brackett Clarence H., emp Hill & Greene, h 1830 Main, 

AC 
BRADFORD EZRA 0. blacksmith Main n Petersham road, 

A C, h do.— See p 168 
Bradley Mary, widow Anthony, h 253 South 
Bradway Charles, bartender Pequoig House, bds do. 

Clarence D., painter 1793 Main, A C, h do. 
Brady John, laborer, h 664 Crescent 
John H., rem to New York 
Thomas, bds Exchange Street House 
Brasky John, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Sanders av c Smith 
Brehaut Irene Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 79 Fish 
Thomas, emp Bates Bros., h 79 Fish 
William, emp Bates Bros., bds 253 South 
BREWER GEORGE S. box mfr., window frames, mould- 
ings and carpet cleaning 1695 Main c Pleasant, A 
C, bds 1545 Main, do.— See p 156 
R. Barnhardt, music teacher 466 Main, bds 112 Fish 
Rinaldo W., laborer, h Spring Hill off Cottage 
Brewer's Block, Chestnut c Main, A C 
Bricknell Albert A., emp A. E. Litchfield, bds 2154 Main, 

A C 
BRIDGE LUCIUS L architect (5) Bank blk 386 Main, h 

442 School — See inside front cover 
BRIGGS CLARENCE M. plumber, steam and gas fitter, 
etc. 1 Church c Main, h 204 Marble— See p 162 
Henry L., emp E. Fitch, h 996 Pleasant, A C 
Herbert E., emp D. E. Adams, h 86 Mt. Pleasant 
Ida E., widow Joseph, bds 50 Travers 
Marv, widow Alson, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 368 

"South 
Osmvn, emp E. Fitch, h 119 Highland av 
Rosanna K., widow T. M., h 204 Marble 
S. Leslie, clerk 1706 Main, A C, h 1726 do. 
Will K. (The Cottager Co.) 566 South, h 242 Silver 
Lake 
Brisbois Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Chestnut c Cottage 

— see Wood 
Britt Erastus A., laborer, h 89 Main 

Lucy A., widow Elhanan J., rem to Orange 
Oscar M., emp Hill & Greene, bds 8 Cooke pi 
William H., rem to Hatfield 
Brock Albert E., farmer, b 37 Myrtle 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 19 

Brock C. Harrison, printer emp 518 Main, rms 513 do. 

Charles F., gen. agent Dr.Dam's Remedies 181 School, 

hdo. 
David S., h Conant road n New Sherborn road 
Dora Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 520 Main 
Henry D., carpenter, h Conant road n New Sherborn 

road 
L. Flint, emp George H. Cragin, bds 989 Pleasant, 

AC 
Nancy H., widow George S., h 90 Canal 

BROCK W. H. & CO. (Winneld H. Brock), publishers 
The Healthy Home 566 South— See p 155 
William H., barber emp W. E. Smith, rms 460 South 
Winneld H. (W. H. Brock & Co.) and (The Cottager 
Co.) 566 South, b 834 Pleasant, A C 

Brookhouse Robert, farmer, h 413 Pleasant, A C 

Brooks Eliza A., widow Erastus M., bds 1771 Main, A C 
Fred W., emp A. M. Co., h 237 South 
J. Frank, emp A. Pump Co., h 65 Fletcher 
Lucius E., emp Boston, bds 44 Pleasant, A C 
Oscar T. (0. T. Brooks & Co.) 122 Exchange c Main, 
h 443 School 

BROOKS 0. T. & CO. (Oscar T. Brooks), grocers 122 
Exchange c Main — See outside cover 

Brou Frank, laborer, bds Sanders av c Smith 

Broughton John, emp C. M. L. Sons,, bds Athol House 

Brouillet Alexis, carpenter, h 142 Silver Lake 

Joseph A., emp Hill & Greene, bds 142 Silver Lake 

Brown Barbara Miss, h 693 Crescent 

Benjamin T., barber emp 38 Exchange, bds 207 Wal- 
nut 
Charlotte E., widow Stillman, bds 197 Cottage 
Edgar R., fireman F. R. R., h 480 Crescent 
Edward A., rem to Springfield 
Elisha F., ticket agent F. R. R., h 96 Cottage 
Elizabeth, widow S. S., rms 201 School 
George W., painter, h 86 Grove, A C 
Henry H., barber 38 Exchange, h 207 Walnut 
Herbert E., emp E. Fitch, rms 71 Central, A C 
James M., emp George D. Bates, h 53 Union 
Jesse, auctioneer 133 School, h do. 
John S., farmer, h Fryville 
Luther S., carpenter, h 1030 Main 
Lydia S., widow John G., h S Royalston road 
Lyman A., bds 2034 Main, A C 
Oliver B., farmer, h Ward road n Templeton road 
Philander F., farmer, h S Royalston road 
William R., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 197 Cottage 
Willis L., laborer, h S Royalston road 

BROWN WINDSOR A. physician and surgeon 343 Main, 
h do.; office hours until 8.30 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 
to 8 p. m. 



20 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Browning Clarence L, farmer, h Lyons Hill road 

Bruce Francis R., boot and shoe repairer 1614 Main, A C,. 

h 1616 do. 
Brunell George A., emp A. M. Co., bds 177 South 
Bryan James F., lineman, bds Pequoig House 
Bryant Cyrus W., laborer, h 85 Kennebunk, A C 

Elijah L., stone cutter, h 2322 Main opp Fair grounds, 
AC 

Ellen M., widow Benjamin F., h 337 Crescent 

Henry, laborer, rms 390 Exchange 

Henry M., mechanic, bds 175 Walnut 

John H., emp Tully, h 175 Walnut 

Myron L., laborer, bds 220 Orange 
Buchanan Walter D., emp A. F. Tyler, h 135 Laurel 
Buck Helen Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 409 Main 
Buckley German M., laborer, h Silver Lake ab cemetery 

Jeremiah D., laborer, h 153 South 

Jesse J., painter, h Silver Lake ab cemetery 

Joseph J., teamster, bds 153 South 
Buckman Charles A., rem to Northampton 

George H., rem to Northampton 

James G., emp L. S. S. Co., rms 227 Crescent 

Marcus H., rem to Northampton 
Buffam Alzina E. Mrs., h 580 Pequoig av 
Buffum Stephen L., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 119 Laurel 
Bugbee Rolla G. Rev., pastor Congregational Church, h 99 

Liberty, A C 
Bullard Benjamin F., millwright, h 162 Main 

Lavina E., widow John H., h White Pond road 
Bullens Henry A., emp L. S. S. Co., h 73 Fish 
Bullfinch Chester W., student, bds Royalston road ab 

Townsend road 
Burbeck J. Weslev, h 121 Pleasant, A C 
BURDICK CHARLES, carpenter and builder 143 S Main, 
h do.— See p 167 

Edward P., carpenter, rms 520 Main 
Burdin Sabina H., widow George, bds 84 Grove, A C 
Burke John, bartender Summit House, bds do. 

Martin J., laborer, h 675 Hap°;ood 

Thomas F., bds 675 Hapgood 
Burnett Charles, bds 590 Main 

Burnham Charles H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 346 Spring, 
AC 

Charles K., farmer, h Garfield road, A C 

Ernest C, laborer, h 107 Spring, A C 

Foster D., clerk 7 Exchange, rms 538 South 

George E., foreman Hill & Greene, h 39 Union sq,. 
A C 

Leon W., emp Hill & Greene, h 37 Union sq, A C 

Warren, emp Hill & Greene, h 35 Union sq, A C 
Burns Hiram Tf., physician 1302 Main, A C, h do. 

James, laborer, h 279 Cottage 



ATHOL DIKECTOKY. 21 

Burns James, laborer, bds Old Orange road 

W. Harry, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 1447 Main, A C 
Burrage G. Eugene, laborer, bds New Sherborn road n 
schoolhouse 

John B., carpenter, h New Sherborn road n school- 
house 
Burrill Albert C, rem to Lynn 

Alton J., emp C. F. Eichardson & Son, h 187 Cres- 
cent 

Mary J. Mrs., housekeeper 251 Chestnut Hill av 

— see Bourell 
Burroughs Minnie Mrs., bds 172 Cottage 
Burt Abigail E., widow Charles, bds 25 Congress 

Catherine K. Mrs., housekeeper 86 High 

Clarence H., watchman C. M. L. Sons, h 293 Main 

J. Eugene, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 3.78 South 
Burton Fred, carpenter, bds 17 Pine 

William A., druggist 501 Main, h 143 Walnut 
Butler Alexander, sawyer, h 92 Mt. Pleasant 

Alva A., emp A. M. Co., h 93 S Main 

Benjamin, laborer, h 285 Vine, A C 

Harrv M., emp Bates Bros., bds 93 S Main 

Henry S., h 25 Pleasant, A C 

James P., farmer, h Brooks road 

John W., sawmill 2418 Main n Templeton road, h do. 
Butterworth George, farmer, h Petersham road 
Button Fred W., rem to New York state 
Buzzell William, rem to New Hampshire 
Byron George H., rem to West Gardner 

CAFFEEY EDWAED, emp A. & 0. St. Ey. Co., h Brick 
Yard road 

Flora, widow John, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 60 Cottage 

James H., rem to Whitingham, Vt. 
Caisse Simmion, watchman E. Fitch, h 1628 Main, A C 
Caldwell Ernest S., emp L. S. S. Co., h 353 Crescent 

— see Colwell 
Call Ulysses G. (Newton & Call) 1706 Main, A C, h 15 

Summer 
€allaghan John, emp Goddard & Manning, h 176 Freedom 
Callender A. Louise Miss, clerk 423 Main, bds 161 Pros- 
pect 

S. Jeannette Mrs., h 161 Prospect 
Cameron Allen, emp Bates Bros., h 75 Canal 
Campbell Clarence J., laborer, h 27 Union sq, A C 

John W., rem to North Adams 
Cantrell Frank S., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Pequoig House 
Cardamy Sarah E., widow J. B., h 504 Main 

Block, 33 to 41 Exchange 
Cardwell James, rem to Chicopee Falls 
Carey Andrew J., rem to Gill 

Catherine, widow William, h 59 Highland, A C 



22 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Carey Duncan, einp Hill & Greene, bds 59 Highland, A C 
Frank, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 131 Cottage 
Ingrahain R., emp Hill & Greene, bds 59 Highland, 

AC 
John J., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 127 Spring, A C 
Samuel H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 131 Cottage 
William, emp E. Fitch, bds 59 Highland, A C 
Carl Fred E., emp A. M. Co., h 281 Sanders 
Carney John W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 9 Kendall 
Caron Davis, laborer, h 120 Beacon 
Carpenter Charles J., mason, rms 188 Crescent 
Georgia Miss, dressmaker 366 School, h do. 
Henry J., farmer, h Twitchell road n White Pond 

road 
Mary M., widow Charles, h 1823 Main, A C 
Carr Hugh, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 91 Silver Lake 
Carrick Alonzo H., teamster Hunt & Ashford, h 32 Mt. 
Pleasant 
George A., machinist emp A. M. Co., h 222 Walnut 
Carrier Minnie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Chestnut c 

Cottage 
Carroll Anna Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 54 Central, 
AC 
Frank, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 560 South 
Nelson S., cracker peddler, h Gulf road 
Carruth Charles A., h 297 Main 
Carter Alba W., painter, h 85 Kennebunk, A C 

Dora E. Miss, stenographer L. S. S. Co., bds 63 Ridge 

av 
John A. (Eagle Furniture Co.) S Athol road, h 63 

Ridge av 
Milton, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 1181 Chestnut 
Zephorene E. Miss, manager Western Union Tele- 
graph Office Union depot, rms 59 Sanders 
Casavant Daniel, farmer, h Pleasant, A C 

Helen Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 45 Pleasant, A C 
Joseph T., sale stable r 1503 Main, A C, bds Summit 

House 
Merle M., emp C. M. L. Sons, h Pleasant, A C 
0. H. Mrs., bookkeeper, h 1848 Main, A C 
Osmond H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 1848 Main, A C 
Case Julia E. Miss, bds 59 Cottage 

Casey A. M. G. Miss, telegraph operator W. U. T. Co., bds 
105 Main 
— see Caisse 
Cass Nathan D., emp H. Hager, rms 254 Main 
Caswell Arthur E., sup't Bates Bros., h 270 Main 
CASWELL LILLEY B. civil engineer and real estate 
agent (2) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange, h 96 
Park av — See p 157 
Wilson J., emp Edson Fitch, h 277 Beacon 
Catholic Cemetery, 191 Vine, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 23 

Chaffee Wilbur Gt. 9 rem to Rutland, Vt. 

Chamberlain John F: 9 jobber, h 387 Main 

Chamberlin Caroline, widow Ebenezer A., bds 263 Hap- 
good 
Edson E., rem to Belcbertown 
Willis H., laborer, h Bryant, A C 

Champney John H., rem to Eitzwilliam, N. H. 

Chandler Ellen L., widow Joseph, h 847 Main 

Chapin Chester W., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 73 Travers 
Lucy M., widow Edward, bds 63 Simonds, A C 

Chapman Charles A., cashier Athol National Bank, h 1422 
Main, A C 

Chaquette William, mason, h 165 Silver Lake 

Chase Albert, emp Athol Brick Co., h Old Orange road 
Burt L., station agent S Athol, bds do. 
Chauncey M., emp G. S. Brewer, h 1247 Chestnut n 

Main, A C 
Edward E., bartender Athol House, h 445 Cottage 
Emma F., widow 0. E., bds 212 Brattle 
Prank F., lather, h 1017 Chestnut, A C 
William H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h Chase road c Chest- 
nut 

Cheney Charles N" ., carpenter, h 277 Beacon 
C. Warren, machinist, h 53 Union 
Elizabeth J., widow Amos L., h 194 Cottage 
Elvira, widow Amos, h 131 School 
Fred H., real estate dealer, h 96 Hampstead pi 
Henry D., emp Hill & Greene, h 45 Pleasant, A C 
J. Munroe, h 34 Concord 
Louis H., carpenter, h 45 Pleasant, A C 
William Wallace, foreman A. F. Tyler, h 77 Prospect 

Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Royalston road ab Townsend rd 
Hill Schoolhouse, Royalston road c Townsend road 

Childs Florence Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms on 2 41 S Main 
H. H., h New Sherborn road, Riceville 
Willard, emp John Swan, Mt. Pleasant bey Cemetery, 
bds do. 

Chisholm William, harnessmaker emp 460 Main, bds Cres- 
cent c Silver Lake 

Chittenden Calvin, h 387 South c Pine 
Lottie Miss, bds 387 South 

Chronicle Block, 514 to 522 Main 

Chubb Harriet, widow Andrew S., h 56 Central, A C 

CHURCH RECORD, The Cottager Co. publishers, 566 
South — See p 155 

Citizens' Building Co., C. F. Richardson clerk and treas., 
office 5 Traverse 

CITY HOTEL, Michael C. Leonard prop., 448 Main— See 
pl71 

Clapp E. Clifton, emp L. S. S. Co., h 160 Freedom 
E. Wellington, emp L. S. S. Co., rms 312 Main 
Harriet Miss, teacher Lake Park School, bds 563 
School 



24 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Clark Ellen E., teacher Highland School, bds 14? 6 Main, 
AC 
James E., bds 1900 Main, A C 
John W.j machinist, h 18 Prospect 
John W. M., drug clerk emp C. Ward, h 105 Prospect 
Malinda H., widow Henry A., h 18 Main 
Orlando IS r ., emp L. Sanders Co., h S Athol road 
Renssalaer H., emp Edson Fitch, h 5 Cooke pi 
Renssalaer H. Jr., laborer, bds 5 Cooke pi 
Robert F., emp Orange, bds 815 Main 
Classon Arthur B. (Douglass & Classon) 40 Island, h 64 

Marble 
Clayton Eva Mrs., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 232 Freedom 

Justin W., postmaster 380 Main, rms 250 Beacon 
Cleary Fred F., emp L. Sanders Co., bds 67 Traverse 
Clement Cora Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 265 Beacon 

William E., boss weaver M. R. Mfg. Co., h 166 
Orange 
Cleveland Clarence O., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 495 Cottage 
E. Edwoods, stationery, boots, shoes, jewelry, etc. 

Webb's blk 437 Main, h 1356 do., A C 
George H., boots and shoes 477 Cottage, h do. 
Flarriet, widow Charles R., h 66 Winter, A C 
S}dvester S., teamster emp L. Sanders Co., h 46 Trav- 
erse 
Winifred M. Miss, music teacher, bds 46 Traverse 
Clough Fred M., manager Edson Fitch, h 177 Riverbend 

Victoria Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 409 Main 
Clucus James F., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 434 Crescent 

William, emp B. & A. R. R., h 434 Crescent 
Cobb Albert R., horseshoer emp 278 Exchange, bds 392 
do. 
Fred R., blacksmith, horseshoer and carriage repairer 

278 Exchange, h 392 do. 
George H., rem to Orange 

Joseph G., blacksmith 1641 Main, A C, h 101 Sum- 
mer, do. 
Coburn Charles E., emp A. F. Tyler, h 20 Mt. Pleasant 
Dwight W., emp L. S. S. Co., li 30 Parmenter 
Ernest E., emp A. F. Tyler, rms 297 Main 
William P., hat and coat rack mfr. 30 Parmenter, bds 
do. 
Codding Herbert E., clerk 0. T. Brooks & Co., h S Main n 

Orange road 
Coffee Catherine, widow Cornelius, h 125 Water, A C 
Coffin Fred G., clerk F. H. Ball, Exchange Street House, 

bds do. 
Cogswell Fred B., emp L. S. S. Co., h 375 Pequoig av 
Colburn Charles W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 119 Prospect 

Francis (Eagle Furniture Co.) S Athol road, res Re- 
vere 
Harriet E., widow Samuel H., bds 119 Prospect 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 25 

Oolburn Reuben 0., farmer, h Partridgeville 
Colcord Annie S., widow Frank C, milliner em]) 98 Ex- 
change, bds 445 Cottage 
Cole Daniel W., driver emp 13 Exchange, h 8 Cottage 
Colgrove Edwin, emp Hill & Greene, bds 560 South 

Edwin F., carpenter, h 11 Market pi 
Coller Charles, rem to Amesbury 

Leonard S., janitor High School, h 83 Central, A C 

Melvin J., painter, h 371 Crescent 
Collins Albert M., h 218 Spring, A C 

Dennis, mason and builder 591 Chestnut Hill av, h 
do. 

Dennis, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 220 Bears Den road, 
A C 

Frank, mechanic, bds 145 School 

James H., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 1$3 School 

John, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 220 Bears Den road, 
AC ' 

John Mrs., h 145 School 

John F., bds 145 School 

Patrick H., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 220 Bears Den 
road, A C 
Colt Daniel (Colt & Co.), bds 590 Main 

& Co. (Daniel Colt), clothing 413 Main 
Combination Mfg. Co., Dana M. Regon manager, install- 
ment goods 3 Exchange 
Combs Florence 1L, compositor emp 530 South, res 

Orange 
Comeau Addie Miss, emp D. E. Adams, bds 693 Chestnut 

Charles, emp L. Sanders Co., bds off 675 Chestnut 
Comerford Harry, student, rms 366 School 

Herman, rem to Greenfield 

J. Volney, rem to Dana 

Moses C, sawyer, h 108 Highland av 

Richard, farmer, h Bears Den road 

Richard Jr., veterinary surgeon, bds Bears Den road 

Thomas D., emp A. F. Tyler, bds Bears Den road 
Commercial House, 550 South opp depot 
Compton Hattie, widow William, h 489 Exchange 
Conant James A., h 424 Hapgood c Beacon 
Cone William A., bookkeeper A. G. & E. L. Co., rms 203 

Prospect 
•Conners Thomas, emp F. A. Aldrich, bds Thrower road 

Thomas, laborer, h 673 Crescent 
Connor Frank M., rem to Boston 

John W., bartender Commercial House, rms do. 
Conrad Peter, emp Goddard & Manning, h 589 Cottage 
Converse James C, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 463 Main 
Conway Anthony, emp Bates Bros., bds 120 Beacon 

Charles, laborer, h 120 Beacon 
Coochas Antony, watchman Pequoig House, bds do. 
Cook Frederick, emp C. M. L. Sons., bds 1154 Chestnut 
AC 



26 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Cook George 0., h 537 School 
Henry, h 38? School 

James H., emp L. S. S. Co., bds Athol House 
Jennie L., widow Caleb A., h 59 Cottage 
Julia, widow Lucius, h 1154 Chestnut, A C 
Oliver D., emp Hill & Greene, bds 1154 Chestnut, 

A C 
Robert H., student, bds 387 School 
Welcome F., emp G. A. Tolman, h 57 Church 
Cooke Charles H., student, bds 182 Cottage 

George H.. real estate dealer and (Hunt & Cooke) 

182 Cottage, h do. 
Vesta D., widow Smith, h 55 Common, A C 
Cooley Frank W., h 159 Central, A C 

Lucina M. Mrs., clerk 464 Main, rms 609 do. 
Coolidge Agnes Miss, teacher Main Street School, rms 77 

Prospect 
COOLIDGE AUGUSTUS, insurance and real estate agent 
Coolidge blk 607 Main, h 289 Crescent— See p 
158 
Block, 605 to 613 Main 
David G., physician 609 Main, h do. 
Frank H., musician and blacksmith emp H. H. Cool- 
idge, bds 378 School 
Harry L., carpenter, bds 311 Main 
Henry H., blacksmith and carriagemaker 26 Island, 
h 378 School 
Cooper James W., emp 29 Exchange, bds 44 Sunnyside 
Cootey Henry N\, rem to New York state 
Coram William, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 366 School 
Cornell Herbert S., rem to Troy, N. Y. 
Corttis David H., watchman M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 570 Cres- 
cent 
Lucy J., widow D. H., h 570 Crescent 
Corwin Eliza J. Miss, dressmaker 883 Main, bds do. 
Herbert M., carpenter, bds 883 Main 
Jabin H., gardener, h 883 Main 
Solon C, rem to Greenfield 
COTTAGER CO. THE, publishers, printers and bookbind- 
ers 566 South — See p 155 
Cottier Ellen, widow William, bds 327 Main 
Cotton George H., rem to Vermont 

James, lumber dealer 166 School, h do. 
John, rem to Waterville 
Coulihan Jeremiah, emp Eagle Furniture Co., bds 205 

Beacon 
Co wee Fred, manager Marble Street Stables 155 Marble, 

rms do. 
Ooyle Thomas C, bartender Pequoig House 416 Main, bds 

do. 
Cragin George H., farmer, lumber dealer and cider mill 
989 Pleasant, A C, h do. 
Isaiah L., h 183 Central, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 27 

Craig Henry, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 259 Main 
Crandall Edward J., railway mail clerk, rms 458 Main 

Fred L., emp C. M. K Sons, h 197 Cottage 

Wright P., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 274 Wallingford 
av 
Crawford Albert C. (Stratton Bros. & Co.) Railroad pi, h 
72 Highland, A C 

Chester, Ms 217 Spring, A C 

Edwin M., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 2G6 Spring, A C 

Marion P. Miss, rem to Somerville 

Susan, widow Daniel, bds Partridgeville 
Crockett Amnion, emp C. H. Richards, bds 96 Sanders 
Crosby Ernest J., laborer, bds White Pond road 

Eva A. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 26 Humphrey 
pi, A C 
Cross George W., barber emp 534 Main, h 37.5 Pequoig av 
Crossman Bertha A. Miss, clerk Hill & Greene, bds Pleas- 
ant, A C 

Daniel, lumber dealer South Athol, h do. 

Leon II., brakeman, bds South Athol 

Lucinda, widow Meltiah, h 154 Green, A C 

Mary J., widow Charles, h 154 Green, A C 
Crowl Emory H., confectionery 172 S Main, h do. 
Crowley Stanislas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 54 Carbon 

Timothy, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 84 Lee 
Cullen Joseph P., laborer, h 615 Chestnut 
Cummings Alonzo F., rem to Westminster, Vt. 

Arthur R., music teacher 1000 Main, h do. 

Francis A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 248 Main 

George M., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 39 D n S Main 

Jasher R., laborer, h 225 Hapgood 

Loren W., laborer, bds 225 Hapgood 

William A., painter 1000 Main, bds do. 
Cunningham Mary E. Miss, teacher, bds Cemetery, A C 

Thomas, emp E. Moore, h Cemetery, A C 

Thomas M., laborer, bds Cemetery, A C 
Currier Edward, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds City Hotel 
Curtis William, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 248 Walnut 
Cushman E., foreman C. M. L. Sons, bds Exchange Street 

House 
Cutler George A., rem to North Adams 
Cutting Charles H. (Cutting, Dexter & Barrus) 431 Main, 

res North Adams 
CUTTING, DEXTER & BARRUS (Charles H. Cutting, 
Fred A. Dexter and Herbert C. Barrus), props. 
Athol Clothing Co. 431 Main— See p 159 

Lydia II., widow Samuel, h 40 Central, A C 

Martha Miss, rem to Leominster 

DAIGNEAU JULIA MISS, rem to Canada 

Lorriane Miss, rem to Canada 
Dam'sRemedies, Dr. Charles F. Brock general agent, 181 
School 



28 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Daniels Charles W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 711 Chestnut 

George, laborer, h £79 Kennebunk, A C 
Dansereau Joseph, emp H. Hager, h Unity pi 
Danville Frank F., foreman Bates Bros., h 210 Main 
Dascomb Sophronia W. Mrs., bds Pinedale av (Intervale) 
Davenport Abner B., farmer, h 44 Grove, A C 

Frank T., teamster, h 134 Bliss 

Lewis L., farmer and lumber dealer, h White Pond 
road n S A 

Lydia G., canvasser, h 44 Grove, A C 

Martha A., widow David B., h 69 Common, A C 

Otis P., milk dealer, h 197 Park, A C 

Vio Miss, emp Hill & Greene, rms 520 Main 
Davidson Eobert G., merchant tailor 39 Exchange, h 237 

Crescent 
Davis Albert C, emp Hill & Greene, bds 161 Prospect 

Austin J., machinist Sawyer Tool Co., bds 158 Wal- 
nut 

Azor S., boots and shoes Stockwell's blk 461 Main, h 
189 Walnut 

Carrie, widow Henry H., h 95 Laurel 
DAVIS CYRUS D. box mfr., planing, saw mill and lumber 
dealer Eailroad pi opp depot, h 194 Prospect — 
See p 156 

Elmer E., laborer, h 108 Laurel 

Frank, jobber, h 193 Main 
DAVIS FRANK E. baker 13 Exchange, h 28 Eiverbend— 
See p 165 

Fred A., rem to Sullivan, X. H. 
DAVIS FRED R. treas. and sup't Athol Gas and Elect. Co. 
(1) 386 Main, h 164 Allen c Park av 

Frederick C, laborer, bds 126 Fish 

Gardner S., farmer, h South Athol 

George E., farmer, h 908 Pleasant, A C 

George L., emp Hill & Greene, bds 161 Prospect 

Gilman S., emp Petersham, bds South Athol 

Julia F. Miss, bds 159 Brattle 

Maria F., widow John, h 655 Hapgood 

William E., emp Mrs. M. M. Giles, h S Athol road 

Winfred G., emp C. D. Davis, bds 194 Prospect 
Dawson Edward A., foreman C. M. L. Sons, bds Pequoig 

House 
Day Edward J., rem to Westerly, E. I. 

Jenny L., widow George L., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 47 
Pine 
Dean Louis J., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 66 Beacon 
Deane Clarence E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 394 South 

Edward P., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 394 South 

G. Ernest, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 394 South 
DeCamp Ezra M., carpenter, h 70 Mt. Pleasant 
Decoigne John, rem to North Adams 
Dedrick Poland, express messenger, bds Athol House 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 29 

Degg Anthony, wood dealer 513 Silver Lake, h do. 
Delvy Charles B., emp L. S. S. Co., bds Windsor House 
Dempsey Patrick, laborer, h off Chestnut Hill av n rail- 
road 
Denny E. & Co. (Orville Denny), dry and fancy goods 
Grand Army blk 464 Main 
Orville (E. Denny & Co.) 464 Main, h 66 Newton 
Dennis Cynthia M. Miss, bds 51 Summer, A C 

Everett E., farm hand, bds Royalston road ab Town- 
send road 
Jesse T., laborer, h 74 Simonds 

William G., foreman Eagle Furniture Co., h 78 
Hampstead pi 
Dennison Mary A. Mrs., housekeeper 185 Central, A C 
Denno Joseph F., emp A. F. Tyler, h Lenox (Intervale) 
Derby Frank W., bookkeeper Millers River Bank, foreign 
exchange and steamship ticket agent and (Foye 
& Derby) 388 Main, h 181 do. 
Deroch Joseph, emp L. Sanders, h 213 South 
Desilais Evariste, emp E. Fitch, bds 860 Main 
Despatch Hose Co. No. 2, Pleasant n Main, A C 
Devine Frank, compositor Athol Transcript Co., rms 538 
South 
Katie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds off 65 Lake 
Patrick, laborer, h off 65 Lake 
Dexter Frank E., com. trav., bds 39 Pleasant pi 

Fred A. (Cutting, Dexter & Barrus) 431 Main, res 

Orange 
Joseph L., carpenter and builder 39 Pleasant pi, h do. 
Deyo Edgar A., emp A. M. Co., h 91 Canal 
Henry A., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 100 Lee 
John J., emp A. M. Co., h 423 Pequoig av 
Marcella, widow Jeremiah, h 423 Pequoig av 
William S., emp A. M. Co., h 84 South 
Dickey William R., emp Bates Bros., h 9 Kendall 
Dickinson Amanda, widow Asahal, bds Old Keene road ab 
Miller road 
Charles G., carpenter, bds Old Keene road ab Miller 

road 
Palmer H., rem to Warwick 
Diggin May E. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 40 Lake 
Dill Joseph H., emp L. S. S. Co., h 185 Orange 
Dillon William E., fish and oyster market 184 Walnut, h 

180 do. 
Dinsmore Eliza Miss, dressmaker and artist 136 S Main, 
bds do. 
George M., carpenter, bds 136 S Main 
William, carpenter, h 136 S Main 
Doane Arthur G., dentist, rms 409 Main 

Caroline A., widow F. C, h 2018 Main, A C 
Eliza F., widow Joel M., h 268 School 
Harry L., trav. salesman, rms 409 Main 



30 ATHOL DIKECTOKY. 

Doane Nettie A., teacher, bds 2018 Main, A C 

Koswell L., deputy sheriff (7) Bank blk 386 Main, rms 
409 do. 
Docld Charles H., carpenter, h 459 Crescent 

Isaac J., blacksmith 12 Mechanic sq, A C, h 197 Park, 
do. 
Dodge Albert B., emp Wallace Lord, h S Athol road bel 
Fairview av 
Frank H., emp Goddard & Manning, h 629 Chestnut 
Doe Fred, rem to Petersham 
Peter, rem to Petersham 
Dole Minnie Mrs., bds 10 Exchange 
Donahue Morris, rem to Springfield 
Donnelly Anthony, farmer, h 653 Chestnut Hill av 
Bernard, spinner, bds 100 Silver Lake 
Charles J., bds 653 Chestnut Hill av 
Johanna, widow John, h 100 Silver Lake 
Joseph A., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 653 Chestnut Hill 
av 
Donovan James T., barber emp J. W. Donovan, bds Citv 

Hotel 
DONOVAN JOHN W. barber and bath rooms Pequoig blk 
420 Main, h 161 Crescent— See p 163 
Mary, widow Patrick, h 177 South 
Mary Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 177 South 
Doolittle Dorcas, widow Frederick, h 40 Central, A C 
Dore David F., emp Pequoig House, bds do. 
Doubleday Millie Mrs., rem to Orange 
Doucet Henry, emp Bennett & Van Valkenburg, bds 84 

Marble 
Douglass Howard (Douglass & Classen) 40 Island, h 375 
Exchange 
& Classon (Howard Douglass and Arthur B. Classon), 
painters 40 Island 
Dow Mather B., h 1885 Main, A C 

Sara A., widow Albert W., h 114 Grove, A C 
Dower, James A., emp L. S. S. Co., h 197 Pequoig av 
John, laborer, bds 416 Exchange 
John T., emp L. S. S. Co., h 416 Exchange 
Downing Albert I)., carpenter, h 1900 Main, A C 
Albert E., bds 183 Central, A C 
James, laborer, rms 1249 Chestnut n Main, A C 
Doyle Bridget, widow Michael, h 279 Cottage 

Helena, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 1729 Main, A C 
John, h 1806 Main, A C 

Patrick, emp A. F. Tyler, bds 1179 Main, A C 
Patrick, rem to Holyoke 
Drew Charles, nursery agent, bds 1551 Main, A C 
DREW JEFFERSON M. expressman and truckman, stable 
Unity pi r Second L^nitarian Church, Main, h 74 
do. — See p 170 
Drury Alwin II., meat market South n Exchange, h 63 Sil- 
ver Lake 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 31 

Drury Betsey, widow David, h 259 Main 

Calvin A., farmer, h S Royalston road n Templeton 

road 
Carlos R. (H. Drnry & Son) 1596 Main, A C, bds 

Templeton road 
Channcey B., clerk, bds 101 Summer, A C 
Clarence* A. (G. W. Drnry & Son) Pleasant, A C, bds 

do. 
Ellen I., widow Jonathan, h 101 Summer, A C 
George S., meat market 605 Main, h 135 Marble 
George W. (G. W. Drury & Son) Pleasant, A C, h 

do. 
George W. 2d, laborer, h 117 Kelton, A C 
G. W. & Son (George W. and Clarence A. Drury), 

farmers and milk dealers Pleasant, A C 
Henry F., bds Summit House, A C 
Horace (H. Drury & Son) 1596 Main, A C, h Temple- 
ton road 
II. & Son (Horace and Carlos R. Drury), meat market 

1596 Main, A C 
Irwin A., clerk 1596 Main, A C, bds Templeton road, 

do. 
Joel R., farmer, h Royalston road n town line 
Mary, widow Elbridge A., h 100 Grove, A C 
Nellie M. Miss, bookkeeper 607 Main, bds 100 Grove, 

AC 
Roy S., farmer, bds Pleasant, A C 
Samuel T., butcher, h 1704 Main, A C 
Susie F. Miss, teacher, h 162 Silver Lake 
Windsor, h 7 Tremont, AC 
Dudley Elbridge H., farmer, h S Royalston road n town 

line 
Francis A., peddler, h S Royalston road n Templeton 

road 
Harriet L., widow Isaac, bds r 42 Maple 
Dunbar Joseph A., clerk O. T. Brooks & Co., h 73 Walnut 
Lottie, widow Harvey O., h 164 Freedom 
Sarah. May Miss, rem to Greenfield 
Dunican Frank L., rem to Orange 
Dunklee Albert E., photographer 438 Main, h do. 
Dunn James, rem to Hartford, Conn. 

John, stone mason, bds 44 Sunnyside 

Jonathan, teamster emp Godclard & Manning, h 278 

Crescent 
Joseph, laborer, h 844 Main 
Justine, widow James, rem to Ellenburg, N. Y. 
Dunnigan Alonzo, laborer, h Pleasant, A C 
DUNT0N H. C. & CO. (Hiram C. Dunton), furniture and 

undertakers 23 and 25 Exchange — See front col'd 

pill 
Hiram C. (H. C. Dunton & Co.) 23 and 25 Exchange, 

h 75 Ridge av 



32 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Dupont Fred, laborer, h Royalston road 

Durant James, laborer, bds Old Keene road ab Willis road 

Duto Louis, laborer, h Bears Den road, A C 

Duval Edward, emp Edson Fitch, h 119 Crescent 

Dwyer Michael J., laborer, bds 664 Crescent 

Dyer Lewis, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 582 Cottage 

EAGLE FURNITURE COMPANY (Barker, Colburn & 

Carter) S Athol road 
Earle John L., livery stable 42 Freedom, h 221 Main 
Eastman Charles J., clerk 423 Main, rms 43 Traverse 
Eaton Emily, widow William A., h 7 High, A C 

James L., bds 192 Beacon 

Lilley, physician 1562 Main, A C, rms do. 

Otis, emp A. F. Tyler, h 146 Central, A C 
Eddy George P., laborer, h 1603 Main, A C 
EDGAR WILLIAM L. physician 503 Main, rms do.; office 

hours 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Edgerly Silas W., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 140 Fish 
Eclson Ernest, rem to Derry, N. H. 

Frank H., emp L. Sanders Co., h Winthrop (Fairview) 
Edwards Charles E., bds 498 Pleasant, A C 

Lyman D., h 1820 Main, A C 

Mary E., widow George, h 498 Pleasant, A C 
Eklund John, emp Orange, h r 17 Pine 
Ellinwood Leroy, mason, h Conant road 

Rosa P., widow Austin, bds 139 Summer, A C 

Sarah R,, widow A. F., bds 1848 Main, A C 
Elliott James E., rem to Canada 

Lucena W., widow Joseph, bds 570 Crescent 
Ellis Albert N., with Bates Bros., h 124 Ridge av 

Edwin & Son, sash, blind, door and window frame 
mfrs. 201 Water, A C 

Edwin W. (Edwin Ellis & Son) 201 Water, A C, h 
1403 Main, do. 

Fred E., janitor WebVs blk, h 30 Traverse 

Hattie Miss, manager dressmaking dept. 406 Main, 
bds 30 Traverse 

Herbert A., engineer, bds 30 Traverse 

Lois L., widow Edwin, h 1403 Main, A C 

Louisa, widow Seth C, housekeeper 58 Riverbend 

Orrin P., h 55 Grove, A C 
Ellsworth Albert, wholesale liquor dealer and bottler 7 Ex- 
change, and prop. Opera House, h 362 Main 
Elmore Aurelius, manager 40 Exchange, h 44 do. 

S. A., cigars, dining and billiard rooms 40 to 44 Ex- 
change, h do. 
Emerson Harry S., emp A. F. Tyler, h 119 Laurel 

Mary F., widow Alvin, bds 164 Allen 
Emmons Charles, emp Orange, h Partridgeville 
Engel Eva A., widow Ralph W., bds 172 Cottage 

Helen Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 64 Prospect 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 33 

Engel Herman F, emp Bates Bros., rms 463 Main 
Hugo, foreman Bates Bros., h 64 Prospect 
Marie, widow Hugo, h 64 Prospect 
Enninger Charles, pocket book mfr. 1873 Main, A 0, h 89 

Tremont, do. 
Envall Eobert E., emp Goddard & Manning, bds 460 Cot- 
tage 
Erdmann Gustaf, rem to New York 
Esterman Samuel, clothing, silks, dry goods and cloaks 463 

Main, h do. 
Estey Walter S, rem to Webster 

Everett George W, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 334 Chestnut 
Hill av 
Walter N, rem to Nova Scotia 
Ewer Mary, widow Nelson, bds 154 Vine, A C 
EXCHANGE STREET HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop, 46 

and 52 Exchange — See p 171 
Ezrow Frank, laborer, h 659 Crescent 
John, laborer, h 8 Eiver pi 
John Jr., teamster, bds 8 River pi 
Oliver, rem to Greenfield 

FAIR GROUNDS, 2315 Main n Templeton road, A C 
Fairbanks Eugene E, auctioneer, bds 35 Concord 
Fairview, Sanders & Parmenter props., office 236 Walnut 
Fales Clifford E, rem to Springfield 
Falis Mary E. Miss, dressmaker, bds Athol House 
Fallon Charles, emp Pequoig House, bds do. 

Daniel, rem to Phillipston 

Patrick Mrs., h Lyons Hill road 
Farley Mary A, widow Christopher, bds 60 Tyler 
Farnum Edward E., emp Bates Bros, h 116 S Main 
Farr Albert, repairer of guns, bicvcles, etc. 86 Canal, rms 
do. 

Andrew E, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 64 Beacon 

Charles E, student, bds 175 School 

Emily M, widow George, bds 64 Beacon 

Hollon, real estate, h 175 School 

Hollon A., student, bds 175 School 

Melville V, emp Hill & Greene, h 36 Beacon 

William S, emp A. E. Dunklee, bds 36 Beacon 
Farrar James W, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 84 Grove, A 

Samuel F, teamster, h 242 South 
Farrell Bernice L, widow James, compositor The Cottager 

Co, h 24 Tyler 
Farwell Flannah L, widow Elhanan, h 41 Liberty, A C 
Faulkner Frank W, bds Pleasant n Batchelder road, A C 

Judith A, widow Frank, h 414 Crescent 

Polly M, widow Thomas, bds Pleasant n Batchelder 
road, A C 

William, farmer, h Pleasant n Batchelder road, 
AC 



34 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Fauls John E., carriage and sign painter 38 Island, h 384 

Crescent 
Fay Adoniram J., clerk Potter & Co., h 1740 Main, A C 
Bartlett, emp F. E. E., h 331 Chestnut 
Charles L. (Fay & Fay) 1493 Main, A C, h 39 Sum- 
mer, do. 
Daniel H., bds 86 Hampstead pi 
Frederic H. (Fay & Fay) 1493 Main, A C, h 1192 do. 
Helen A. Miss, nurse, bds 64 Pleasant, A C 
FAY HENRIE C. hardware, paints, oils, glass, agricultural 
implements, sporting goods, Eagle bicycles, etc. 
479 Main, h 36 Eidge av — See outside cover 
Humphrey, emp George H. Cragin, bds 989 Pleasant, 

A C 
Kate L. Miss, music teacher, bds 159 Walnut 
L. Augusta, widow Freeborn, h 64 Pleasant, A C 
FAY LEVI B. sale stable, carriage and sleigh repository, 
harness dealer, etc. 244 Main and (J. W. Hunt & 
Co.) 222 Main, h 159 Walnut— See p 169 
Marion E., widow Joseph F., h 430 Main 
Othello A., lumber dealer and broker and (Fay & 

Shumway) 1642 Main, A C, h 1837 do. 
Perley E., bookkeeper, bds 1192 Main, A C 
Priscilla, widow Lysander, h 447 Main 
Sereno E., h 1192 Main, A C 
Waldo C, emp F. E. E., h 86 Hampstead pi 
Waldo E., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 64 Pleasant, A C 
William G., h 53 Tremont, A C 
FAY & FAY (Frederic H. and Charles L. Fay), grocers 
and meat market 1493 Main, A C — See p 166 
& Shumway (Othello A. Fay and Eufus T. Shumway), 
lumber dealers 1642 Main, A C 
Feighery John, emp W. H. KaufTman, h Fryville 
Ferrari Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 211 Freedom 
Ferrick Bridget Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 224 South 

Mary Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 224 South 
Ferrioli John, laborer, h 459 Crescent 
Field Charles, lawyer and judge district court (7) Bank 

blk 386 Main, h 192 School 
FIELD CHARLES JR. lawyer (8) Bank blk 386 Main c 
Exchange, bds 192 School — See p 159 
Joseph, teamster, h 399 Silver Lake 
Fields Edward J., livery stable and expressman 458 South, 

h 194 Marble" 
Findlay David, with L. S. S. Co. 40 Crescent, bds 590 

Main 
Fire Station No. 2, Pleasant c Main, A C 
First Baptist Church, 260 Walnut head of Church 

Congregational Church, 1225 Chestnut n Main, A C 
Congregational Unitarian Church, 1305 Main, A C 
Fish Henry A., cabinetmaker, h r 42 Maple 

William W., farmer, h Eoyalston road n Old Keene 
road 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 35 

Fisher Alice Miss, clerk Hill & Greene, bds 18-18 Main, 
A C 
Charles, laborer, bds 1628 Main, AC 1 RQftQ^r 

David II., bds 63 Ridge av ■*■ ^OT*C70t> 

FISHER GEORGE R. livery stable 19 Common, A C, h 
35 do.— See p 169 
George W., driver C. F. Paige & Co., h 236 Main 
John D., emp L. Sanders Co., h Sanders n Smith 
Josephine, widow George F., h 210 Canal opp Walnut 
William C, roofer and dealer in cypress eave troughs 
and conductors 85 South, h do. 
Fisk Frederick A., painter, rms Elizabeth n Sanders 
Sumner W., h 17 Pine 
Wellington M., laborer, h 1704 Main, A C 
FITCH EDSON? mfr. of match splints and box shooks 
Hapgood n Riverbend, A C, res Canada — See p 
156 
Fitchburg Railroad freight office, head of Exchange 
Fitzgibbons Catherine, widow John, h 68 Leonard 

Daniel, barber emp J. W. Donovan, bds 68 Leonard 
David, emp A. M. Co., bds 68 Leonard 
John, emp Hill & Greene, bds 68 Leonard 
Katie Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 68 Leonard 
Patrick, foreman A. M. Co., h 85 Walnut 
Flagg Addie C. Miss, teacher, bds 242 Silver Lake 
Arthur E., clerk, bds 242 Silver Lake 
Clarence A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 6 Maple 
George H., emp F. R. R. freight house, h 242 Silver 
Lake 
Flavin John E., emp L. S. S. Co., h 61 Sanders 
Matthew, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 394 South 
Michael Mrs., h 394 South 
Michael J., rem to Chicopee Falls 
Patrick, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 212 South 
William H., rem to Buffalo, K Y. 
Fleming Alonzo F., stone mason, h 9 Common, A C 
Fletcher Adelbert W., emp L. Sanders Co., bds 136 High- 
land av 
A. F. & Son (Allen F. and Edgar A. Fletcher), props. 

Athol Pump Co., pump mfrs. 74 Fletcher 
Allen F. (A. F. Fletcher & Son) 74 Fletcher, h 263 

Hapgood 
Americus Y., stoves, tinware, etc. 580 South opp 

depot, h 213 Riverbend 
Edgar A. (A. F. Fletcher & Son) 74 Fletcher, h 263 

Hapgood 
George F., carpenter, h 136 Highland av 
Horatio K, h 220 Orange 
Flood Charles R., emp Orange, h 50 Mt. Pleasant 

Harry E., clerk Pequoig House, bds do. 
Flosdorf F. William, emp Hill & Greene, h 63 Simonds, 
AC 



36 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Flynn Charles E., rem to Wendell 

Thomas, laborer, h 575 Chestnut Hill av 
Foglia Guiseppe, laborer, h 459 Crescent 
Foley Kate Miss, rem to Ireland 
Folsom Mildred Mrs., housekeeper 903 Main 
Forbes Charles H., physician and surgeon 429 School, h 
do. 

Henry A., h 429 School 

John W., machinist emp Geo. Gerry & Son, h 112 
Wellington 
Ford Caroline Mrs., bds 155 Union 
Foresters' Hall, 18 Exchange 

Forrest John A., emp B. & A. R. R., h S Athol road n Fair- 
view av 
Forrester Wylie A., bookkeeper C. F. Paige & Co., h 27 

Ridge av 
Fortier Odelie Miss, tailoress emp W. F. Biddle, rms 

Webb's blk Main 
Foskett Demaris C, widow Emory, bds 570 Cottage 

Leon E., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 297 Main 

Warren, emp J. P. Butler, bds Brooks road 
Foster Albert C, foreman H. H. Rice, h South Athol 

Amos Mrs., h 103 S Main 

Charles H., mfr. children's shoes and dealer 1590 
and 1592 Main, A C, h 185 High, do. 

Electa Miss, nurse, bds Pleasant, A C 

Frank, laborer, h Partridgeville 

Frank E., rem to Pennsylvania 

George A., farm hand, h Partridgeville 

Henry 1ST., carpenter, h 576 Crescent 

Leonore J. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 103 S Main 

Leroy L., blindmaker, h 87 Orange 

Loring, laborer, h 119 Liberty, A C 

Lucy S., widow Charles, h 115 Glen, A C 

Parney S., widow S. W., h 61 Orange 

S. Matilda Miss, h 160 Cottage 

Willie S., emp E. Moore, h 115 Glen, A C 
Fox Lizzie, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 126 Fish 

Marv, emp Hill & Greene, bds 126 Fish 

Peter Mrs., h 126 Fish 

Walter F., emp Marsh & Turner, h 1139 Chestnut, 
A C 

William P., emp A. M. Co., bds 126 Fish 
Foye Charles F., clerk A. Savings Bank, and (Foye & Der- 
bv) 388 Main, h 50 Ridge av 

George H. (G. O. Foye & Son) 374 Main, h 87 Union 

George O. (G. O. Fove & Son) 374 Main, h 2 Newton 
FOYE G. 0. & SON (George O. and George H. Foye), jew- 
elers, opticians, engravers, etc. 374 Main — See p 
160 

Walter G., emp ('. M. L. Sons, bds 2 Newton 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 37 

E'oye & Derby (Charles F. Foy and Frank W. Derby), rub- 
ber stamps 388 Main 
Frader Frank, emp W. H. Kaufman, h Fryville 
Franklin Ann, widow William, h 2143 Main, A C 
Benjamin A., emp L. S. S. Co., rms 106 Ridge av 
Thomas H., laborer, bds 2143 Main, A C 
William H., laborer, bds 2143 Main, A C 
Frary Clarence, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 461 Hapgood 
FRECETTE EDWARD? carpenter and bulder, also stair 
builder Terrace av n Exchange, h do. — See p 167 
Freeman Eugene, rem to Boston 

F. Bertrand, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 998 Main 
Frank E., emp A. F. Tyler, h 998 Main 
Fregeau Lucy, widow Henry, rem to Marlboro, 1ST. H. 
Freitag Emil W., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 211 Orange 
French Alonzo, h off 92 Hampstead pi 

Frederika A., widow D. W., h 639 Crescent 
Hattie M. Miss, reporter The Cottager Co., h 373 
Wallingford av 
FRENCH JOHN E. painter, paper hanger, dealer in paper 
hangings, paints and oils 358 Main, h 52 Ridge 
av — See outside cover 
Louisa L., widow Philemon, bds 31 Freedom c Lum- 
ber 
Manning A., rem to Concord, N". II. 
Phoebe C, widow Frederick, bds 44 Pine 
Warren F., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 103 Tremont, 
AC 
Frenier Frank, rem to Worcester 

Narcisse, emp Edson Fitch, h 620 Cottage 
Frink Wesley L., shoemaker, h 364 School 
Frost Charles S., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 113 Brattle 
Leonard R., emp Hill & Greene, h 835 Main 
Roxanna, widow Bartlett L., nurse, bds 246 Riverbend 
Sarah L., widow Reuben, bds 98 Concord 
William H. (Frost & Whitcomb) 34 Grove, A C, h 41 
Highland, do. 
FROST & WHITCOMB (William H. Frost and James F. 
Whitcomb), plumbers, dealers in stoves, tinware, 
etc. 34 Grove opp Summit House, A C — See p 
162 
Frye Walter, emp Hill & Greene, h 82 Summer, A C 
Fuller Alton E., emp A. F. Tyler, rms 28 Traverse 
Andrew J., painter, h 98 Concord 
Ellen A., widow Pliney F., h 102 High 
Frank W., drug clerk 611 Main, bds 98 Concord 
George IT., rem to Rhode Island 
Helen Mrs., restaurant 560 South, h do. 
Irene, widow G. Warren, h 61 Orange 
Leslie W., blindmaker, h 61 Orange 
May E. Miss, emp C. Eninger, bds 102 High 
William G., fish market 516 Main, h 393 Hapgood 



38 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Fuller's Block, 1475 to 1493 Main, A C 

Funk Andrew, ernp Goddard & Manning, h 281 Sanders 

Furness Felix, rem to New York state 

GAGE ADELLA MISS, bds 107 Spring, A C 
Charles F., h 608 Main 
Dennis, laborer, h 135 Pleasant, A C 
Emory, h 163 S Main 
Esther, widow Silas, h 278 Crescent 
James M., student, bds 635 Pequoig av 
Maria, widow Edmund J., h 27 Silver Lake 
GAGE MONROE F. truckman, landscape gardener and 
sup't Silver Lake Cemetery 635 Pequoig av, h do. 
— See p 165 
Simeon, mason, h Partridge ville 
Gagnon Thomas, emp Bennett & Van Yalkenburg, h 10 

Eiver pi 
Gale Asenath P., widow James, h 185 High, A C 
Emily A., widow Ezra B., h 212 Brattle 
James A., medicine mfr., bds 212 Brattle 
Gammon William, harnessmaker emp 460 Main, h 407 

Pequoig av 
Gaoutte Napoleon, laborer, h 100 Silver Lake 
G. A. E. Halls, 466 Main and 1626 do., A C 
Garbarino Augustino, confectionery and fruit 442 Main r 
bds 73 Fern 
Charles, rem to New York city 
Joseph (Garbarino & Garbarino) 83 Exchange, h 

Goodman pi 
Joseph 2d (Garbarino & Garbarino) 83 Exchange, h 

73 Fern n Hamlet 
& Garbarino (Joseph and Joseph Garbarino 2d), ci- 
gars, confectionery and fruit 83 Exchange 
Gardiner Walter B., machinist L. S. S. Co., h 98 Newton 
Gardner Harrie M., physician and surgeon 3 Church, rms 

do. 
Garfield George E,, emp town, h 181 Park, A C 

Lizzie E. Miss, dressmaker, bds 181 Park, A C 
Eeuben, h 1237 Main, A C 
Gary David B., laborer, h Partridgeville 

Llewellyn E., laborer, bds Partridgeville 
Gassan John, laborer, bds Webb pi 
Gatantis Antonina C. Miss, emp Windsor House, bds do. 
Gates Albert E., emp 7 Exchange, h Adams pi 
Annie E. Miss, nurse, rms 159 Cottage 
Arthur C, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 1483 Main, A C 
Frank A., carriage repairer 1641 Main, A C, h 1483" 

do. 
Harrv C, clerk 379 Main, h 227 School 
Henry L., bds 1483 Main, A C 
John A., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 1447 Main, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 39 

Gates Lorenzo A., teamster, h 220 Park, A C 

Ralph, hostler emp G. R. Fisher, rms 19 Common, 
A C 

Willie E., teamster, h 210 Wallingford av 
Gaudette Joseph, emp Edson Fitch, h off 478 Chestnut 
Gautatie Warlaw, rem to Boston 

Gay David D., carpenter, h Batchelder road n Pleasant, 
AC 

Francis J. (L. S. Starrett Co.) 40 Crescent, h 223 
Union 

Henrv A., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 48 Traverse 

Willie E., emp A. F. Tyler, h Pleasant, A C 
Gaynor Eugene C, bookkeeper M. R. Mfg. Co., h 309 
School 

Frank P., janitor Poquaig Club, rms 387 Main 
Gazunas Raphael, emp Orange, bds 49 Linden Park 
Geditz Joseph, laborer, h 49 Linden Park 
Gelinas Albert, emp E. Fitch, h 860 Main 

Albert 2d, laborer, bds 856 Main 

Patrick, emp E. Fitch, bds 860 Main 
Gelineau Lodoiska Miss, bds 106 Ridge av 
Geoffois Theophile Mrs., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 7 River 

Pi 
Gerhard William L., emp E. Fitch, h 676 Hapgood 

Germiller John S., rem to Gardner 

Geroy Edwin, cigar store 1602 Main, A C, and (Geroy & 
Piper)) 550 South, h 49 Elm, A C 
Frank, rem to Baldwinsville 

& Piper (Edwin Geroy and Charles A. Piper), saloon, 
bottlers and billiard rooms 550 South 
Gerry Everett A., teamster emp Potter & Co., rms 12 Cot- 
tage 
Foster J., emp C. F. Richardson & Son, h 231 Drury 

av 
Fred G., clerk, bds 118 Crescent 
George & Son, machinists 76 Crescent 
George M. (George Gerry & Son) 76 Crescent, h 118 

do. 
Henry A., machinist, h 12 Cottage 
Reno M., machinist emp George Gerry & Son, bds 118 

Crescent 
Sophia, widow George, h 118 Crescent 
Gibbs Charles W., newsdealer, bds 28 Tremont, A C 
Frederick P., rem to North Dana 
George A., prop. Petersham and Athol Stage Line, 

office Union depot, res Petersham 
Henry C, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 387 Main 
Mary L., widow Warren P., h 28 Tremont, A C 
William H., carpenter, h 258 Beacon 
Gifford Bessie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 371 Main 
Fred J., expressman 193 Freedom, h do. 



40 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Gifford Gertie Miss, rem to Maine 
Gilbert Edward C, rem to Phillipston 

Frank E., bds Spring Hill off Cottage 

Frank Gk, foreman Hill & Greene, h 199 High, A C 

Joseph, laborer, h r 703 Crescent 
Giles Elmer H., emp A. Gas and Elec. Co., bds 130 Mt. 
Pleasant 

Henry F., emp A. M. Co., h 130 Mt. Pleasant 

Marcia M., widow Sanford, h Conant road c Riceville 
road 

Mersvlvia A. Mrs., h S Athol road 

William A., bds 212 Brattle 
Gilkey Daniel E. (Athol Paper Box Co.) Canal c Lumber, 
h Oak av 

Daniel E. Mrs., dressmaker Oak av, h do. 
Gillette George, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 434 Crescent 
Gilmore Hibbert W., farmer, h Gulf road 

Hibbert W. Jr., farmer, bds Gulf road 
Gilpatrick William, rem to Manchester, N. H. 
Gilson Edward E., emp Hill & Greene, h 9 Humphrey pi, 
AC 

Nathaniel, emp E. Moore, h 82 Kennebunk, A C 
Giroux John, emp L. Sanders Co., bds 91 Canal 

Joseph, shoemaker and emp C. M. L. Sons, h 122 
Canal 

Joseph E., rem to Gardner 
Glazier Mary A., widow William, housekeeper 201 School 
Gleason Ella Mrs., dressmaker, h 106 Allen 
GLEAS0N FRANK W. mason and builder 106 Allen, h 

do.— See p 168 
Glennon Delia Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 844 Main 

Ellen Miss, bds 2052 Main, A C 

John, ins. agent, h 2052 Main, A C 

John P., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 2052 Main, A C 

Nellie M. Miss, clerk 423 Main, bds 2052 Main, A C 

Patrick S., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 2052 Main, A C 
Goddard Albert H., emp Athol Brick Co., bds Brick Yard 
road 

Alfred, farmer, h 319 Chestnut Hill av 

Charles L., stone mason Brick Yard road, h do. 

Deunis, h 2128 Main, A C 

Fred, laborer, bds 319 Chestnut Hill av 

George W., farmer, h off Adams road 

Herbert S., h 404 Chestnut Hill av 

Leon A., teamster, bds 319 Chestnut Hill av 

Lizzie Miss, seamstress, bds 102 High 

Lucy A., widow Francis, h 1800 Main, A C 

Mary A. Miss, h 159 Riverbeud 

Mary T., widow J. W., bds 861 Main 

Mason, h 218 Drury av 

Sarah, widow David, h 319 Chestnut Hill av 

William, rem to Waterville, N. H. 



ATHOL DIEECTOKY. 41 

GODDARD & MANNING (Leroy C. Parmenter and War- 
ren D. Lee), grand and, upright piano case mfrs. 
and piano dealers 394 Cottage — See front col'd 
pX 
Goldthwait Charles E., emp G. S. Brewer, li 1249 Chest- 
nut n Main, A C 
Gonyar 0. H., rem to New Hampshire 
Good Templars' Hall, 1479 Main, A C 

Goodale Solon D., farmer and lumber dealer, h 186 Brattle 
Good enough Alice Miss, bds 542 School 
Goodneld — see Beauchamp 
Goodman Ellen M. Mrs., bds 215 School 

Frank A. (J. W. Goodman's Sons) 167 Hapgood, bds 

229 School 
Fred L. (J. W. Goodman's Sons) 167 Hapgood, h 250 

Beacon 
James P., sup't Athol Poor Farm, Templeton road 

bey S Eoyalston road 
J. Proctor, farmer, h 215 School 
Julia A., widow J. Weslev, h 229 School 
Will A. (J. W. Goodman's Sons) 167 Hapgood, bds 
229 School 
GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS (Fred L., Frank A. and 
Will A. Goodman), mfrs. billiard tables, frames, 
legs and cue racks, etc. 167 Hapgood — See p 157 
■Goodnow Charles, laborer, bds Old Orange road 
Ellen E., widow Hiram, h Old Orange road 
George, hostler, h off Sanders av bel Smith 
John E., meat market 1626 Main, A C, h 28 Winter, 

do. 
Vesta L., widow Clarence S., h r 42 Maple 
William, laborer, bds Old Orange road 
Goodrich Lillian C. Miss, dressmaker 54 Concord, bds do. 
Mabel L., widow Earl H., bds 39 Pleasant pi 
Sarah A., widow Hezekiah, h 54 Concord 
Goodspeed Thomas H., pres. Athol Nat. Bank 1471 Main, 

A C, h 1450 do. 
Gordon Ada L. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 332 Walling- 
f ord av 
Elizabeth, widow Shepard, h 332 Wallingford av 
Emogene Miss, bds 332 Wallingford av 
Mattie A. Miss, nurse, bds 332 Wallingford av 
Sumner C, bds 332 Wallingford av 
Gorton Frank J. B., tinsmith emp 29 Exchange, h 260 

Eiverbend 
Gould Henry M., carpenter, h 46 Hampstead pi 

John S., teamster emp L. Morse & Sons, h 32 Pleas- 
ant, A C 
Nellie E. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 378 South 
Phoebe S., widow Samuel N., h 378 South 
Thomas A., emp A. W. Lee & Co., h Dike road, A C 
Willard B., emp C. M. L. Sons, mis (15) 387 Main 



42 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Gould William J., rem to West Brookfield 
Gourlay Annie E. Mrs., h 10 Exchange 

Frank W., foreman Transcript Office and printer 518 
Main, h 225 Walnut 
Gowdy Mary, widow Randall, housekeeper 133 School 
Gowie William G., foreman L. S. S. Co., h 161 Union 
Grand Army Block, 460 to 468 Main 
Grant Alma Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 29 Ridge av 

Ethel Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 29 Ridge av 
Gravel Charles, watchman Bennett & Van Valkenburgh, h 
119 Crescent 

George, laborer, bds 119 Crescent 

Gilbert, emp F. M. Southland, h 305 Vine, A C 
Graveline Matilda, widow Charles, bds 165 Silver Lake 

Paul, laborer, h 165 Silver Lake 
Graves Alfred J., emp G. S. Brewer, h 86 Highland, A C 

Harley H., rem to Orange 
Gray Henry, overseer of poor, bds 147 Central, A C 

Irving E., rem to Worcester 
Greeley Arthur M., emp A. F. Tyler, h 62 Summer, A C 

Sarah E. Miss, h 885 Main 
Green Annie Mrs., emp Bates Bros., rms 387 Main 

Daniel A., emp L. Sanders Co., h Chase road 
Greene Eli G. (Hill & Greene) 1235 Chestnut, A C, h 72 
Green, do. 

Forrest D. (Hill & Greene) 1235 Chestnut, A C, res 
Boston 
Greenwood Louisa H., widow Edward, bds S Royalston 

road 
Grey Charles, carpenter, h 71 Tremont, A C 
Griffin Susan G., widow Carlos G., h 373 Wallingford av 

Thomas M., clerk Pequoig House 416 Main, bds do. 
Griswold Emma A., widow Edmund, bds 182 Cottage 
Groesbeck Harry, rem to New York 
Grout John A., peddler, h 566 Hapgood 
Grover Charles W., emp A. Brick Co., h Brick Yard road 
Guerard Arthur, emp A. F. Tyler, bds 194 Marble 
Guild Warren W., baker emp 13 Exchange, h 164 Crescent 
Guilmette Lucien, emp Bennett & Van Valkenburgh, h 
119 Crescent 

Theodore, emp F, Fitch, bds 89 Wellington 

William, emp Bates Bros., bds 119 Crescent 
Gushee Cordelia Miss, rem to Boston 
Gntkopf Carl, emp Goddard & Manning, h 110 Sanders 
Guy Xoah B., carpenter, h 19 Charles pi 

' William B., emp L. S. S. Co., h 173 Crescent 

HACKETT GEORGE T., emp William Hackett, h South 

Athol 
William, emp New Salem, h South Athol 
Hadley Marv Miss, teacher High School, bds 1476 Main,. 

AC 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 43 

Hager Albert M. V., emp A. F. Tyler, h 119 Laurel 
Almira, widow Washington, bds Pleasant, A C 
Arthur, milkman, h Moore Hill road 
Clarence A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 119 Laurel 
George L., emp E. Pitch, h Pleasant, A C 
Horace (Athol Paper Box Co.) Canal c Lumber, h 29 

Ridge av 
John M., emp Hill & Greene, h 176 Fish 
Sarah, widow Henry S., h 1550 Main, A C 
Willard, undertaker, paper hangings and mfr. wall 
paper exhibitors 1707 Main, A C, h 27 Union sq,. 
do. 
& Gilkey (Horace Hager and Daniel E. Gilkey), props. 
Athol Paper Box Co. Canal c Lumber 
Haggerty Patrick, laborer, bds Goddard 

Timothy, farmer, h Goddard 
Hains Marble, emp Ed son Fitch, h 501 Cottage 

— see Anse 
Haire Josephine I. Miss, teacher Lake Park School, rms 

203 School 
Hale Anna M. Mrs., tailoress emp W. F. Biddle, bds 58 
Union sq, A C 
Bert F. (Sawyer & Hale) 412 Main, bds 17 Pine 
Charles Mrs., rem to Stoneham 

Charles M., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 217 Spring, A C 
Erwin, emp Bates Bros., bds 58 Union sq, A C 
Rosella, widow Seth F., rem to North Dana 
Hall Charles A., printer emp The Cottager Co. and prop. 
Universal Exchange 20 Exchange, h Mt. Pleas- 
ant bey cemetery 
Frank P., emp L. S. S. Co., rms 520 Main 
John W., machinist L. S. S. Co., h 145 School 
Lois A., widow George E., h 62 Cottage 
Ross W., clerk, bds 145 School 

Samuel J., clerk 1602 Main, A C, bds Templeton road 
n Garfield road 
Hallquist Herman, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 547 Cottage- 
Hamel Colbert, h 7 River pi 

Joseph, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 89 Wellington 
Joseph Jr., emp A. F. Tyler, h 957 Main 
Norbert, rem to Gardner 
Hamilton A. Foster, student, bds 371 Main 
HAMILTON ANDREW J. prop. Athol Life and Fire In- 
surance Agencv and dealer in pianos and organs 
373 Main, h 371 do.— See front coFd p III 
Clarence D. (H. D. Hamilton & Son) 69 Exchange, h 

117 S Main 
George L., emp Hill & Greene, h 140 Summer, A C 
Harry, clerk 69 Exchange, bds 138 S Main 
H. D. & Son (Henry D. and Clarence D. Hamilton),. 

groceries 67 and 69 Exchange 
Henry D. (IT. D. Hamilton & Son) 69 Exchange, h 
138 S Main 



44 ATHOL DIRECTOKY. 

Hamilton Lizzie Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 225 Walling- 

ford av 

May Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 225 Wallingfor-d av 

Walter P., foreman Bates Bros., bds 138 S Main 

William, carpenter and builder 98 Maple, h do. 
Hamilton's Block, 369 to 373 Main 
Hamlet Alfred N., emp Hill & Greene, h 84 Wallingford 

av 
Hamlctt Edward S., "blacksmith emp 303 South c Free- 
dom, bds 211 Freedom 

Fred W., blacksmith 303 South c Freedom, h 30 
Essex 
Hamlin Alex E., mason, h S Athol road n Fairview av 

A. Rodric, mason, bds S Athol road n Fairview av 

Arthur A., rem to Otter River 

Gilbert, rem to New York state 

G. Rodney, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds S Athol road n 
Fairview av 

Walter, emp Hill & Greene, bds S Athol road n Fair- 
view av 
Hammond Jairns T., carpenter F. R. R., h 460 Cottage 
Handley Henry, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 122 Canal 
Hanks Eliza A., widow William, bds Pleasant, A C 
Hannigan James E., emp L. S. S. Co., bds Athol House 
Hanson Edwin T., barber and bath room 613 Main, h 612 
do. 

Frank, emp L. S. S. Co., h 200 Crescent 

Fred R., barber emp 613 Main, bds 612 do. 

George R., rem to Prescott 

Joseph N., carpenter, bds 121 Pleasant, A C 

Mary A., widow Edgar, bds 489 Main 
Hapgood George A., mason, h 534 Hapgood c Drury av 

Herbert L., selectman, h 1402 Main, A C 

Lyman P., student, bds 1402 Main, A C 

School, Cheney n Prospect 
Harder Gustaf, emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 110 Sanders 
Harding Alpheus, pres. Millers River Nat. Bank and Athol 

Savings Bank 388 Main, rms 585 do. 
Harmmann Emil, rem to New York 

Harper Frederick J., agent National Express Co. and 
American Express Co. 28 Exchange, h 62 Sand- 
ers 
Harrington Catherine, widow Daniel, h 260 Cottage 

Ksther, widow Luther, h 1922 Main, A C 

Matthew, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 538 South 
Harris Arthur W., clerk 69 Exchange, bds 122 Bliss 

Charles, painter, h 122 Bliss 

Eli jali I)., rem to Spencer 

Henry W., clerk Charles L. Wood, h 61 Congress 

Mary Miss, bds 61 Congress 

Milo E., clerk 69 Exchange, h 18 Prospect 

Stella Miss, bds 61 Congress 



ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 45 

Harris William, emp C. D. Davis, h 552 Hapgood 
Harvey John, emp Met. Life Ins. Co., bds 664 Crescent 
Harwood Jones S., lumber dealer and farmer, h Templeton 

road n Main, A C 
Haskell Alice G. Mrs., emp Hill & Greene, bds 71 Tre- 
mont, A C 

Calvin, farmer, h 219 Pleasant, A C 

Elizabeth, widow Alexander A., h S Athol road n rail- 
road 

Fred E., laborer, bds 17 Pine 

Genevieve Miss, clerk 98 Exchange, rms 136 S Main 

James S., janitor Highland School, h 56 Simonds, 
A C 
Haskins Carrie Miss, nurse, rms 1328 Main, A C 

Ernest W., hostler, bds 285 High, A 

Frederick A., carpenter and builder 338 South n Free- 
dom, h do. 

John C, rem to Orange 

Joseph H., stone mason, h 285 High, A C 

Ealph II., bds 285 High, A C 

Susanna II., widow S. L., rem to Orange 

Thomas A., h 334 South n Freedom 

Willis J., hostler, bds 285 High, A C 
Hassett John, compositor Chronicle office, rms 513 Main 
Hastie John F., painter, h r 1020 Main 
Hastings Edwin C, h 74 Central, A C 

Elvira Miss, h 204 Park, A C 

Frank C, barber 1576 Main, A C, h 140 Summer, do. 

Frederick A., farm hand, bds 74 Central, A C 

Herbert F., barber emp 1576 Main, A C, h 1768 do. 

Lyman B., carnenter, h 1020 Main 

Mary L. Miss, h 609 Main 
Hatch Aimer H., emp Arthur Hager, h North Orange 
road 

Eugene E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h North Orange road 
Hathaway Sarah Miss, rem to Northfield 
Hatstat Elmer, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 103 Marble 
Haupt Ferdinand, emp Goddard & Manning, h 55 Fletcher 

pi 

Fritz, emp Goddard & Manning, bds 281 Sanders 
Hause Frank J., cigar mfr. and dealer Webb's blk 417 
Main, h 289 Unity av c Fish 
Leonard G., cigarmaker emp F. J. Hause, h 98 Sand- 
ers 
Haven Erwin J., farmer, h Eoyalston road 

Ezra, farmer, h Twitchell road n W T hite Pond road 
John W., clerk 0. T. Brooks & Co., h 27 Silver Lake 
Hawes John F., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 960 Main 
Hawkes Edward B., engineer emp L. Sanders Co., bds 

Sunnyside House 
Hawksworth William B., sup't C. M. L. Sons, bds 139 New- 
ton 



46 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Hayden Charles H., clerk 1493 Main, A C, bds 141 Esta- 
brook, do. 

Daniel, tea peddler, bds 29 Water, A C 

Edward J., essences and extracts 141 Estabrook, A C, 
bds do. 

James, laborer, h 1876 Main, A C 

James A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 29 Water, A C 

John, h 29 Water, A C 

John H., h 91 Estabrook, A C 

John W., boats to let Lake Ellis, bds 29 Water, A C 

Joseph M., bds 144 Water, A 

Mary A. Miss, teacher, bds 29 Water, A C 

Michael, h 144 Water, A C 

Patrick, laborer, h 141 Estabrook, A C 

Patrick J., clerk, bds 141 Estabrook, A C 

Robert E., bds 144 Water, A C 

Thomas F., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 159 Water, A C 

William J., h 75 Estabrook, A C 
Hayes Josie M. and Nellie J. Misses, emp C. M. L. Sons, 

bds 434 Crescent 
Haynes Mattie F. Mrs., dressmaker 7 High, bds do. 
Hazard Albert, emp A. Hill, bds J n Mt. Pleasant 

Mary E., widow George A., h J n Mt. Pleasant 
Headle Levi P., emp S. D. Goodale, bds 186 Brattle 
HEALTHY HOME, W. H. Brock & Co. publishers, 566 

South— See p 155 
Heath John D., emp E. R. R., h Spring Hill off Cottage 
Hedges Jasper J., emp Sawyer Tool Co., h 171 Walnut 

Rose Miss, clerk 449 Main, bds 171 Walnut 
Heffermehl Bernhard, emp Goddard & Manning, h off 675 

Chestnut 
Hemenway Alice Miss, rem to Clinton 
Hermann George, painter, bds 59 D 
Herrick Amelia Miss, seamstress, bds 144 Crescent 

Charles G., porter, bds 144 Crescent 

Leroy C, meat market 154 Crescent, h 144 do. 
Herring George, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 164 Freedom 

Grace L. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 164 Freedom 
Hersey Elizabeth Miss, teacher, rms 129 Union 
Hervey Charles A., farmer, h 1758 Main, A C 
Heustis Dulcina E., widow William, bds 311 Crescent 

George F., reporter W. West Chronicle, bds 311 Cres- 
cent 

William H., paper boxmaker, h 311 Crescent 
Hickey Kate Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 179 Freedom 
] licks; Edwin R., compositor emp 530 South, bds City 

Hotel 
High School, 494 School opp Hi^h 
Highland Cemetery, off 1886 Main, A C 

School, Highland pi, A C 
Hildreth Sula Miss, h 300 School 
Hill Abbie A., widow Samuel A., h 58 L T nion sq, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 1 ) 

» 

Hill Abijah, farmer, h 201 S Main 

Augustus E., laborer, h 65 Elm, A C 

Charles, emp A. M. Co., h 188 South c Canal 

Charles S. (Hill & Greene) 1235 Chestnut, A C, res 
Boston 

Clara S. Miss, h 201 S Main 

Edward, ball player, bds 188 South 

Frank, laborer, h South Athol 

Frederick, emp F. R. R., h 306 Cottage 

George E., teamster 445 Main, h do. 

J. Clarence, reporter A. Transcript Co., bds 173 S 
Main 

John B., emp L. S. S. Co., h 202 South 

Moses, farmer, h Townsend road 

Sabra S. Miss, bds 112 Beach, A C 

Sidney L., bds Athol House 
HILL WELLS L. (Athol Transcript Co.) 20 Exchange, h 
173 S Main— See p 154 

& Greene (Charles S. Hill, Forrest D. Greene and Eli 
G. Greene), shoe mfrs. 1235 Chestnut n Main, 
A C 
Himes Nathan, h 325 Main 
Hinchcliff Harriet Miss, rem to Peabody 
Hinchman William, carpenter, bds Lombard av c Swanzey 
Hinds George A., emp G. S. Brewer, h 114 Grove, A C 

William W., emp Bates Bros., h 1080 Main 
Hinman William S., bookkeeper Bates Bros., h 128 Allen 
Hitchcock Herbert L., tea peddler, h 50 Glen, A C 

William K, tea peddler, h 50 Glen, A C 
H0BBS WILLIAM, druggist Coolidge blk 611 Main, h 
184 Prospect— See front coFd p VIII 

William H., laborer, h 91 Kelton, A C 
Hodge Hulda G., widow Madison, h 294 Cottage 
Hodges George W., carriage washer, rms 520 Main 
Holbrook .John D., rem to Holyoke 

Theoclosia T., widow Pardon D., h 73 Green, A C 
Hoi comb Charles H., emp Hill & Greene, rms 184 Allen 
H olden George W., piano tuner 83 Union, h do. 

George W. Mrs., dressmaker 83 Union, h do. 

John H., farm hand, bds 544 Crescent 

Lincoln J., painter and paper hanger Royalston road, 
h do. 

Marquis S., broom mfr. Royalston road, h do. 

Mary J. Mrs., h 67 Traverse 
Holland Charles J., emp Edson Fitch, h Spring Hill off 
Cottage 

William, carpenter, h Spring Hill off Cottage 
Hollingsworth Arthur, emp L. Sanders Co., h Chase 

road 
Hollo way Mary, widow Fred, h Partridgeville 
Holt Aaron H., rem to Orange 



48 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Holton Joseph A., boots and shoes, repairing and sporting 
goods 1580 Main, A C, h 1440 do. 

Mary A. Miss, ass't postmaster Athol Centre, bds 1440 
Main, do. 

William W., emp Bates Bros., h 260 Cottage 
Homer Frank A., rem to Boston 
Hood Carl, farmer, h Brooks road n town line 

Charles W., emp Hill & Greene, bds 1551 Main, A C 

Frank L., emp L. Morse & Son, h 1551 Main, A C 

James H., emp Hill & Greene, h 41 Tremont, A C 
Hooper Andrew J., rem to Worcester 
Horr Charles, rms 1899 Main, A C 
HORR GEORGE W. lawyer 1444 Main, A C, h 1365 do. 

Harriet PI., widow Warren, h 87 Central 
Horrigan Bridget, widow John, h 364 South 

Edward M., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 364 South 

Henry, painter, bds 364 South 

Michael, emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 270 Cottage 

Thomas, emp Goddard & Manning, bds 364 South 
Horst Carl G. Rev., pastor Second Unitarian Church, h 

225 Union 
Horton Edwin B., postmaster Athol Centre, h 51 Winter, 
do. 

H. Lester, watchmaker and jeweler 1619 Main, A C, 
bds 51 Winter, do. 

Russell S., shoemaker, h 112 Park av 
Iiosmer Samuel G., emp Bates Bros., bds 298 School 

Susan, widow Samuel, h 298 School 
Hotchkiss William C, canvasser, h 220 Park, A C 
Hougenet Louisa, widow Edward, bds 157 Orange 
Hough Horace W., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 227 Crescent 
Houghton Charles A., boot and shoe repairer r 34 Ex- 
change, h 25 Essex 

J. Edward, emp Goddard & Manning, h 179 Crescent 
Houston Delia A., widow Lyman, nurse, bds 193 Main 
Howard Arthur, clerk E. M. Howard, bds 140 Mt. Pleasant 

Edwin M., confectionery and cigars 75 Exchange, h 
140 Mt. Pleasant 

Frank S., emp F. E. Davis, h 384 Crescent 

Wayland J., horseshoer 26 Island, h 513 Main 
Howe Adelbert H., ice cream, confectionery and cigars 89 
Main, h do. 

Charles W., painter, bds 120 Freedom 

David, emp Hill & Greene, h 529 School 

George W., wood dealer Partridgeville, h do. 

Guy P., drug clerk 427 Main, rms do. 

Henry B., emp A. F. Tyler, h Columbian av n Lenox 
(Intervale) 

Jonathan, h 6 Maple 
Howes Saiah B., widow Zadoc C, bds 325 Pequoig av 
EJoye John, emp ('. M. L. Sons, h Oak av n Chestnut 
Hoyt Fred S., farmer, h South Athol 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 49 

Hoyt Joseph $£'., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 134 Highland, A C 
Mary A., widow George H., h 131 School 
Mary C. Miss, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 131 School 
Hubbard Edward W., farmer, h Royalston road n Gulf 
road 
Warren B., farmer, h Partridgeville 
Hublev William B., baker 1261 Chestnut c Main, A C, h 

1603 Main, do. 
Hudson Henry, emp L. S. S. Co., h 211 Orange 
Humphrey Helen M. Miss, teacher, bds 1279 Main, A C 
HUMPHREY HENRY M. druggist 1485 Main, A C, h 1279 
do. — See front col'd p II 
John E., h 26 Humphrey pi, A C 
HUMPHREY JOHN H. with Henry M. Humphrey and 
newsdealer 1485 Main, A C, h 1269 do. — See 
front coFd p II 
Sophronia, widow Henry, bds 1279 Main, A C 
Hunt Carl W., bds 248 Main 

Fannie E. Miss, bookkeeper Hill & Greene, bds 41 

Liberty, A C 
James Luther (Hunt & Ashford) Sanders n Chestnut 

and (Hunt & Cooke) ,h Euclid av (Fairview) 
James W. (J. W. Hunt & Co.) 222 Main, h do. 
J. W. & Co. (James W. Hunt and Levi B. Eay), lum- 
ber dealers 222 Main 
•Mattie A., widow Orrin F., h 248 Main 
Sarah E., widow Horace, bds Euclid av (Fairview) 
& Ashford (J. Luther Hunt and Henry W. Ashford), 

wood dealers Sanders n Chestnut 
& Cooke (James Luther Hunt and George H. Cooke), 
lumber dealers 182 Cottage 
Hunter Elmer A., laborer, bds South Athol 
Huntley Leander, laborer, h Billiard pi 
Hurlburt Milton E., laborer, h Sanders c Elizabeth 
Hurley Mary Miss, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 544 Crescent 
Huse Murdock, hostler Athol House Stables, rms do. 
Hutchins Orlando G., emp Orange, h 133 Cottage 
Hyatt Almon A., emp L. Sanders Co., h 203 Prospect 
Hyde Lillian Miss, rem to Canada 
Maggie Miss, rem to Stoneham 

INGALLS CHARLES E., emp C. L. Morse, bds 325 Pe- 

quoig av 
Inslee Charles E., business manager Pequoig House, h do. 

Robert C, manager Pequoig House, res Boston 
INTERVALE? Lucien Lord prop., office Academy of Music 

blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 

JACKSON CHARLES R., clerk 91 Exchange, h 96 S 
Main 
Clara Miss, teacher, h 16 Prospect 
Edward, emp B. & A. R. R., h 360 South 
4 



50 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Jackson Mary E. Miss, h 16 Prospect 

Jacobs Alvah C, emp L. S. S. Co., h 227 Crescent 

Jacques John B., canvasser, h 430 Main 

Jakimauch John, rem to Cambridgeport 

Jaquith William E., sup't of highways and policeman, h 

2? Parmenter 
Jardine Burnell, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 25 Hamlet 

Daniel P., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 31 Charles pi 

George, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Chestnut n Glen av 

Joseph, laborer, h 25 Hamlet 

Samuel, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms Engine House No. 
1, 206 Exchange 
Jarratt Arthur, emp A. E. Tyler, rms 195 Hapgood 
Jefts Albert IL, engineer Hill & Greene, h 242 Park, A C 

Annie E., widow Eli, bds 158 Drury av 
Jennings Frank, bds City Hotel 

Mary, widow Job, rem to Camden, N. J. 

Samuel C, clerk, h 50 Traverse 
Jennison George 0., billiard, pool room and bowling alley 
1609 to 1613 Main, A C, h do. 

Horace, harnessmaker and veterinary surgeon 1623 
Main, A C, h 146 Grove, do. 
Jerome Philo B., mechanic, h 303 Sanders 
Jewett Charles P., rem to Worcester 
Jillson Almon L., trav. salesman, h off 41 S Main 

Ella M. Mrs., h 132 Grove, A C 

Everett E., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 1705 Main, A C 
Jirkovsky Frank, emp Goddard & Manning, h 681 Chest- 
nut 
Jobbing Edward W., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 480 Crescent 

James S., sup't M. R. Mfg. Co., h 480 Crescent 
Johnson Annie Miss, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 703 Cres- 
cent 

Charles, rem to Springfield 

Edwin II. , shipping clerk L. S. S. Co., h 429 Hapgood 

John, emp CM. L. Sons, h 88 Highland av 

Lucy, widow Paul, bds Townsend road 

Mary A., widow Henry K., bds 240 Prospect 

Mary M., widow Thomas G., h 703 Crescent 

Nettie D. Miss, stenographer Sawyer Tool Co., h 173 
Prospect 

Nina I. Miss, bookkeeper 25 Exchange, h 173 Pros- 
pect 

Sarah F., widow Livy J., h 46 Lincoln c Lumber 

William, rem to New Hampshire 

William G., pres. Athol Machine Co. and treas Mil- 
lers River Mfg. Co. 71 Chestnut Hill av, h 263 
School 
Jones Carrie Miss, bds 102 Prospect 

Ellen A. Miss, h 1591 Main, A C 

Elnathan, carpenter, h 138 Cottage 

Elsie Miss, rem to Hubbardston 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 51 

Jones Etta Mrs., h 185 Cottage 

George A., emp Hill & Greene, h 688 Hapgood 
James A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 5 Linden Park 
John L., farmer, h Royalston road 
Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 5 Linden Park 
Marcia Miss, h 1591 Main, A C 
Mary, widow William E., h 5 Linden Park 
Selina, widow Theodore T., h 164 Pleasant, A C 
Jordan Erwin E., emp Goddard & Manning, bds Windsor 

House 
Joyce John C, collector, bds Sunnyside House 
Judge Ann, widow Michael, h 30 Spring, A C 
Judkins Frank M., emp A. P. Tyler, h 138 Cottage 
Frank M. Mrs., dressmaker 138 Cottage, h do. 

KALNVETZ ALEXANDER, emp Pequoig House, bds 

do. 
Kauffman William H., woolen mfr. Fryville, h do. 
Keefe James 1ST., mailing clerk Post Office, bds 110 Fish 

Timothy W., overseer Bennett & Van Valkenburgh, h 
110 Fish 
Kelleher Daniel W., bookkeeper Potter & Co., bds Pequoig 
House 

John D. Jr., clerk F. R. R. freight depot, h 44 Pine 
Kelly Agnes Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 1551 Main, 
AC 

James, h 52 Prospect 

John L. Mrs., h 19 Kendall 

Peter, mason, h Spring Hill off Cottage 

Tillie Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 1551 Main, A C 
Kellogg Chauncey, emp Goddard & Manning, h 122 Bliss 

Chauncey J., rem to Chicopee Falls 
Kelly Martin E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bcls 60 Fish 

Mary A. Miss, dressmaker 60 Fish, bds do. 

Matthew, laborer, h 128 Silver Lake 

Patrick J., laborer, h 60 Fish 

Thomas F., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 60 Fish 

Willard, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 30 Traverse 
Kelton Albert M., farmer, bds White Pond road 

Delia B., widow George O., h Chestnut c Fairview 
av 

Delia F., widow Cornelius W., h White Pond road 

Edward E., emp E. Fitch, h 197 Pleasant, A C 
KELTON E. FRANK, prop. Petersham and Athol stage 
lines, res Petersham — See p 170 

Hollon M., teamster, h S Athol road 

John M., farmer, h S Athol road 
Kemp Frank, emp L. Sanders Co., h Winthrop (Fair- 
view) 
Kemplin Albun, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 120 Freedom 

Cornelius G., teamster, h 120 Freedom 
Kendall Edwin H., teamster, h 51 Summer, A C 



52 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Kendall E. Fannie Miss, bds 52 Ridge av 

Elwin 0., emp L. Morse & Son, h Lyons Hill road 

Flora E. Miss, rem to Leominster 

George L., emp L. Morse & Son, h 235 Beacon 

George N., h 86 Newton 

Henry, emp E. Fitch, li 194 Park, A C 

Ira Y., lumber dealer 1251 Main, A C, h do. 

John, farmer, h Royalston road ab Townsend road 

Louisa, widow Joab, bds 1251 Main, A C 

Mary C. Mrs., h 254 Main 

Webster W., emp Hill & Greene, h 1702 Main, A C 

William A., clerk F. R. R. freight depot, h 32 Tyler 

William H., h 1770 Main c Summer, A C 

William S., clerk 1493 Main, A C, bds 1702 do. 

KENDRICK FRANK B. prop. Summit House 1503 Main,. 
A C, h do.— See p 171 
Harry S., clerk Summit House, bds do. 
Sarah A. Miss, bds 163 Main 

Kennedy David, bottler emp 7 Exchange, h 9 Tunnel 
Martin, bds 95 Estabrook, A C 

Keyes Carrie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 52 Smith pi 
Everett A., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 52 Smith pi 
Ida Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 52 Smith pi 
Lewis H., h 52 Smith pi 
Rosaline, widow Luther, bds 20 Pine 

Kilburn Eden E., farmer, wood and milk dealer Temple- 
ton road, A C, h do. 
Fannie M. Mrs., emp Hill & Greene, bds 140 Summer, 

AC 
Orie W., farmer, bds Templeton road, A C 

Killay John, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 542 Crescent 

John H., barber emp 38 Exchange, h 91 Silver Lake 

John W., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 542 Crescent 

Mary E. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 82 Silver Lake 

Peter, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 82 Silver Lake 

Peter Jr., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 542 Crescent 

Rosana Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 82 Silver 

Lake 
William II, emp Hill & Greene, h off 224 Freedom 

KIMBALL DANIEL P. ins. agent (11) 456 Main, h 120 
Highland av — See p 158 

King Addie E. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 158 Drury 
av 
Charles E., emp 29 Exchange, h 44 Sunnyside 
Charles I., emp L. S. S. Co., h 544 Crescent 
Charles S., shoemaker, bds 158 Drury av 
George H., painter, h 159 Central, A C 
Hannah A., widow Thomas, h 151 Pequoig av 
Hattie A. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 242 Silver Lake 

KING JOHN L. insurance agent (6) Bank blk 386 Main c 
Exchange, h 1096 Main — See p 158 
Jonathan H., laborer, bds 64 Pleasant, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 53 

King Joseph Mrs., h 157 Orange 

Joseph A., farm hand, bds 141 Harrison bey Hamlet 
Julia T., widow Joseph H., h 382 Wallingford av 
Marshall J., broker, bds 139 Newton 
Mary M. Mrs., h Flat Rock road n town line 
Roland A., emp M. F. Gage, bds 382 Wallingford av 
Sumner W., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 158 Drury av 
Thomas H., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 151 Pequoig av 
Walter A., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 1944 Main, 

A C 
Zera, laborer, rms 1623 Main, A C 

Kitchell Anna S. Miss, rem to Bethlehem, Pa. 

Klenk Adam, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 54 Carbon 

'Knapp Horace B., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 96 Hampstead 

pi 

Jennie Mrs., emp Exchange Street House,, bds do. 

Stephen W., emp Edson Fitch, h 119 Liberty, A C 

William E., com. trav., bds 89 Tremont, A C 
Knapton William, agent Singer S. M. Co. 520 Main, h do. 
Knight Harlan, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms off 41 S Main 

Lewis H., laborer, h 2396 Main n Fair Grounds, A C 

Lucena Miss, bds 128 Walnut 

Mary Miss, bds 128 Walnut 
Knowlton Francis B. Rev., h 479 Chestnut Hill av 

Irwin L., emp The Cottager Co., bds 479 Chestnut 
Hill av 

Mary A., widow Dexter B., rem to Mapleville, R. I. 
Korony Eva A., widow Theodore G., h 40 Maple 
Kratt Christopher J., clerk 488 South, h 1333 Main, A C 
Krovill Anton, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 12 Charles pi 
Kugler George, emp Goddard & Manning, bds 281 Sanders 
Kulas John, laborer, h off 17 Hamlet 
Klye Eunice, widow Charles, rem to East Jaifrey, N". H. 

LABONTE LEAKDER, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 165 
Silver Lake 

Louis, laborer, h 165 Silver Lake 

Xelson, teamster, h r 89 Main 

Prosper, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 103 Marble 
Ladue J. B., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Exchange Street 

House 
Lafay Fred, mason, h 62 Lumber 

Fred E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 62 Lumber 

Henry, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 62 Lumber 
LAKE PARK? Lucien Lord prop., office Academy of Music 
blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 

Park School, Pequoig av c Fish 
Lamb Charles S., fish and oysters 31 Tunnel, h 9 do. 

Edgar A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 35 Concord 

Orrin P., machinist, h 240 Prospect 
Lampson Edward, emp E. Fitch, bds 1551 Main, A C 
Lansr Cecilia, widow Clemence, h 42 Smith pi 



54 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Lang Otto, foreman emp 7 Exchange, h 42 Smith pi 
Lanphear Mansie, emp 535 Main, bds 248 Walnut 
Lapan Julia, widow John, bds 157 Orange 
Larkeqne Garrett B. B., physician 371 Main, rms do. 
Larrabee Mitchell, laborer, h 605 Chestnut 
Larry Samuel H., stone mason, h Royalston road 
Stephen E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 192 Beacon 
Laschinski Ignatz, laborer, h off 17 Hamlet 
Latham Asa G., carpenter, h 1082 Main 
George A., lather, bds 334 Crescent 
Mary J., widow Erancis A., bds 334 Crescent 
Mendall, carpenter, h 300 School 
0. Scott, carpenter and builder 334 Crescent, h do. 
LAW EDWARD M. plumbing, roofing, stoves, tin and 
sheet iron worker, etc. 321 Main, h 323 do. — See 
p 162 
Lawless Bertha Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 62 Summer, 

AC 
Lawrence John, rem to Orange 

Lawton Andrew J., foreman A. F. Tyler, h 120 Central, 
A C 
Arthur L., clerk '464 Main, h 1050 do. 
Oren M., farmer, h Townsend road 
Leach Maria A. Miss, rms 55 Common, A C 
Lecelle Alexander, rem to Ellenburgh, N". Y. 
Ledoux Alexander, emp C. L. Morse, h Pinedale av (Inter- 
vale) 
Lee Anna A., widow Joseph, h 131 Central, A C 

Auburn W. (A. W. Lee & Co.) 353 Main, rms 96 Ex- 
change 
A. W. & Co. (Auburn W. Lee), boot and shoe mfrs. 

353 Main 
Charles M. Sons (W. Starr and George M. Lee), boot 

and shoe mfrs. 349 Main 
Ellen F. Miss, clerk 1572 Main, A C, bds 1220 do. 
Frederick H., clerk 1477 Main, A C, bds 44 Pleas- 
ant pi 
George II., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 1240 Main, 

AC 
George M. (C. M. Lee Sons) 349 Main, res Boston 
Helen J., widow Henry, bds 1429 Main, A C 
Mary, widow Nelson J., h 190 Silver Lake 
Merritt L., h 1220 Main, A C 
Minnie, widow Charles M., h 371 Main 
Rachel D., widow James M., h 1545 Main, A C 
LEE SAMUEL? hardware, paints, oils, long distance tele- 
phone, etc. 1477 Main, A C, h 44 Pleasant pi — 
See p 163 
S. O., Chinese laundry 523 Main, rms do. 
Solon W., lumber dealer 488 South n Exchange, h 

1333 Main, A C 
Walter Merritt, foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 208 Pros- 
pect 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 



.).; 



Lee Warren D. (Godclard & Manning), lumber dealer 2094 
Main, A C, h do. 
William D., shoe mfr. 1588 Main, A C, h 1258 do. 
William M., clerk C. F. Paige & Co., h 134 Drury av 
W. Starr (C. M. Lee Sons) 349 Main, h 180 do. 

Lee's Block, 407 lo 413 Main 

Legare Ernest, laborer, h 225 South 

Lemaitre Gideon N., drug clerk 444 Main, bds 110 Maple 

Lends Thomas F., plumber 107 Park, A C, h do. 



Leonard Alice, rem to Worcester 

A 



A.nn, widow John, bds 1876 Main, A C 

Annie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 223 Chestnut 

Hill av 
Benjamin W., emp Bates Bros., h 12 Cottage 
Bridget, widow Cornelius, h 71 Lake 
Cornelius, barber 534 Main, h 58 Lake 
Edgar S., emp L. S. S. Co., h 214 Pequoig av 
Edward D. (Raymond & Leonard) 459 Crescent, h 23 

Brattle 
Ellen, widow Michael, h Partridgeville 
Fred, bartender City Hotel, bds do. 
Henry, barber emp 534 Main, bds 71 Lake 
James, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 217 Chestnut Hill 

av 
Jeremiah E., emp Orange, h 80 S Main 
John, molder A. M. Co., h 621 Chestnut 
John, farm hand, bds Partridgeville 
Katie E. Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 71 Pleasant, 

AC 
Lillian Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 376 Main 
Louisa, widow Rufus D., h 32 Mt. Pleasant 
Martin, h 223 Chestnut Hill av 
Martin E., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 106 Orange 
Mary A. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 105 Main 
LEONARD MICHAEL C. prop. City Hotel 448 Main, h do. 
—See p 171 
Otis L., carpenter, h 246 Riverbend 
Leonardson Cora E. Miss, milliner emp 473 Main, bds r 30 
Maple 
Elias, emp L. Sanders Co., h r 30 Maple 
Lescord Henry, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 69 S Main 
Lewis Charles II., farmer, h Old Keene road ab Miller 
road 
Enoch T., notarv public and justice of the peace 1717 

Main, AC, h 1782 do. 
George, laborer, bds Old Keene road ab Miller road 
Henry A., sexton First Cong. Church, h 131 Central, 

AC 
James L., h 251 Chestnut Hill av 
John, foreman E. Fitch, h 204 Park, A C 
John S., h 1674 Main, A C 
Joseph, farm hand A. Hill 201 S Main, bds do. 



56 ATHOL DIRECTOKY. 

Lewis Joseph A., laborer, h r 1875 Main, A C 
Samuel A., rem to North Dana 
William EL, emp L. S. S. Co., h 185 Orange 

Lilley .Novella, widow Charles A., h 211 Freedom 
Walter A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 211 Freedom 

Lilly George E., emp L. S. S. Co., h 302 Wallingford av 

Lincoln Henry L., laborer, h 591 Vine, A C 

Lester M., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 1094 Main 
Myron L., emp A. F. Tyler, h 1094 Main 

Lindsey Emily D., widow Samuel, rms 195 Crescent 
Marshall L., physician 324 Main, h do. 
Marshall L. Mrs., music teacher 324 Main, h do. 
Martha, widow Charles, bds Templeton road 

Linfield Elmer C, rem to Columbus, 0. 

Linkout Winonica Miss, rem to Worcester 

Lisouskas Mike, rem to ISTorthfield 

Litchfield Alba K., farmer, h 2070 Main, A C 

LITCHFIELD ALBERT E. ice dealer 2154 Main, A C, h 
do. — See p 165 
Clarence K., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 2070 Main, 

A C 
Frank P., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 2070 Main, A C 

Littlewood Albert L., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 38 Euclid, 
AC 

Livingston Frederick G-., rem to Peterboro, N". EL 

Locke Edgar 1L, clerk 443 Main, h 59 D c J 

Nettie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 84 Marble 

Logan John P. (Logan & Willey) 406 Main, res Green- 
field 
Thomas, farmer, h Old Keene road n Willis road 
William N., farmer, h Old Keene road n Willis road 

LOGAN & WILLEY (John P. Logan and Fred S. Willey), 
dry and fancy goods and ladies' clothing 406 and 
408 Main, branch store 1572 Main, A C — See p 
161 

Longley Arthur C, clerk, bds 232 Pequoig av 
Guy C, clerk 379 Main, rms 477 do. 

Loomer Cora Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 609 Main 

Lord Abbie S. Miss, h 49 Prospect 
Betsy Mrs., h 391 Vine, A C 
Charles H., rem to Northfield 
Eldora B., widow Charles L., h 590 Main 
Emerson, laborer, h Bears Den road, A C 
F. Lafayette, emp E. Fitch, bds 86 High 
Frank F., foreman J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 49 Pros- 
pect 

LORD FRANK G. boot and shoe dealer 496 Main, h 488 
do. — See p 159 

LORD FRED W. druggist Webb's blk 427 Main, bds 488 
do. — See outside cover 
Gardiner, farmer and milk dealer, h 57 Traverse 
John H., carpenter and builder 218 Drury av, h do. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 57 

LORD LUCIEN, prop. Academy of Music, Lake Park, In- 
tervale and Pleasant Valley (Lord & Lucy), Acad- 
emy of Music 184 Exchange, h -Ml Chestnut Bill 

av — See map 
Luther, peddler, bds Williams pi, A C 
Sarah S. Miss, bds 590 Main 
LORD WALLACE? grist mill and carpet cleaning 60 Free- 
dom, h 31 do. — See p 164 
William G-., clerk E. V. Wilson, bds 57 Traverse 
LORD & LUEY (Lucien Lord and William I). Luey), 
props. South Park, real estate agents Academy of 
Music blk 184 Exchange — See map 
Lorke Emile, cigarmaker emp 417 Main, rms 98 Sanders 
William, cigarmaker emp 417 Main, rms 538 South 
Lotvin Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 661 Cottage 
Lovejoy Lewis P., foreman C. M. L. Sons, rms 435 Main 

Willis D., rms 371 Main 
Lowe Margaret, widow Nelson, h 23 Crescent 
Lower Village Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant c N Orange road 
Luce Alfred 1L, bds 2094 Main, A C 

Irene, widow Asa R,, bds 2094 Main, A C 
Zenas R., dentist 1473 Main, A C, h 147 Central, do. 
Lucier Nelson, stone mason, h 188 Orange 
Luey Lester L., bds 132 Maple 

LUEY WILLIAM D. treas. Athol Savings Bank, cashier 

Millers River National Bank, treas. Athol and 

Orange Railway Co. 388 Main and (Lord & 

Luey), h 132 Maple 

Lundragan Charles, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds Silver Lake 

ab cemetery 
Lung Moy, Chinese laundry 462 Main, h do. 
LYMAN ARTHUR H. broker, insurance and real estate agt. 
311 Main, h do.— See p 3 
William S., clerk 1493 Main, A C, bds 121 Pleasant, 
do. 
Lynch Duncan M., emp C. M. L. Sons, h Columbian av n 

Lenox (Intervale) 
Lynde Candace E., widow James P., h 1476 Main, A C 
Lynes Patrick, laborer, h S Athol road n Fairview av 

MACKEY HARRISON C, rem to Pennsylvania 

Lizzie H. Miss, tel. operator W. L T . T. Co., Pequoig 
House, bds do. 

Madden Jennie Miss, emp D. E. Adams, bds 212 South 
Julia Miss, emp D. E. Adams, bds 212 South 
Thomas, rem to Keene, N. H. 

Magoon Louisa Miss, rms 61 Estabrook, A C 

Mahogany Edward C, engineer Goddard & Manning, h 49 
Traverse 

Mahoney Annie Miss, emp H. Hager, bds 62 Lumber 

Main Street School, 100 Main c Canal 

Mann Chester, clerk Sawyer & Hale, bds Pequoig House 



58 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Mann Eugene S., laborer, bds Doe Valley road n town line 
Samuel, farmer, h Doe Valley road n town line 

Manning Daniel, emp A. M. Co., h 10? Wellington 
Maria S., widow Robert, h 173 Crescent 

Mansfield John H. Rev., pastor M. E. Church, h 91 Cot- 
tage 

Marble Street Stables, Fred Cowee manager, boarding 
stable 155 Marble 

Mars Elizabeth J., widow John N., h 107 Spring, A C 

Marsh Charles E., clerk 0. T. Brooks & Co., and (Marsh & 
Turner) 54 Green, A C, bds do. 
Ensign A., emp Goddard & Manning, h 5-1 Green, A C 
Fannie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 96 Exchange 
George D., emp C. H. Smith, h 103 Kennebunk, A C 
Joseph L., clerk 41 Exchange, h 268 School 

MARSH & TURNER (Charles E. Marsh and Frank E. 
Turner), livery stable, hay, grain, and props. 
Phillipston and Athol Stage line 54 Green, A C 
—See p 170 

Marshall C. Wesley, rem to Worcester 

George E., emp Bates Bros., h 312 Drury av 

Henry J., emp A. M. Co., h 20 Maple 

Nathan S., dentist emp 376 Main, h 236 Beacon 

Martel Oliver, milkman, h off S Athol road 

Martin Edward, laborer, h 9 River pi 

Edward F. Rev., pastor St. Catherine's R. C. Church,. 

h 95 Park av 
Frank J., tailor emp 409 Main, bds 154 Fish 
Fred J., harnessmaker 1610 Main, A C, h 242 Park, 

do. 
John P., plumber emp C. M. Briggs, h 44 Leonard 
Martha A. Miss, housekeeper 95 Park av, bds do. 
Mary, widow Richard, h 73 Sanders 
Peter, emp L. Sanders Co., bds 9 River pi 
Richard, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 73 Sanders 

Masonic Halls, 503 Main, A, and 1603 do., A C 

Mathewson Arthur L., rem to Providence, R. I. 

Matthews Bertha L. Miss, teacher Hapgood School, bds 
203 School 

Mattulis Charles, laborer, bds Sanders av c Smith 

May Alonzo W., h 21 Park, A C 

Harry C, emp F. R. R. freight house, h 847 Main 
James, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Lombard av c Swanzey 

Mayette Francois, laborer, bds Silver Lake ab cemetery 

Maynard Hartwell, mechanic, h 201 School 

Louis S., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 161 Park, A C 

Mayo William E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 563 School 

McAllister Margaret, widow Alexander, bds 460 South 

Mc Arthur George W. Mrs., rem to Scotland 

McAvoy — see McEvoy 

McCaffrey — see Caffrey 

McCain Ellen Mrs., housekeeper 201 S Main 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 59 

McCarthy James P., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 62 Cottage 

Jeremiah, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds City Hotel 
McCarty Edward, janitor Lake Park School, h 60 Silver 
Lake 
James E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 60 Silver Lake 
McCawley Kate, widow Patrick W., h 4 Raymond pi 
McCormack Erances Miss, clerk 406 Main, rms 75 Ridge av 
McCormick James, rem to Royalston 
McCrea James F., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 2018 Main, 

A C 
McCrillis Charles H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 164 Pleasant, 
AC 
Lewis M., fish peddler 76 Kelton, A C, h do. 
McDermott John, laborer, h 19 South 
McDonald Daniel A., farm hand, bds 35 Essex 

Francis, emp'C. H. Richards, bds 96 Sanders 

George, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 100 Lee 

Hugh, teamster, h Harvard av n Smith 

James, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 217 Chestnut Hill av 

James 2d, harnessmaker emp H. R. Barber, h 815 

Main 
James IL, engineer A. Gas and Electric Co., h 35 

Essex 
John V. C, ass't engineer A. Gas and Electric Co., 
bds 35 Essex 
McEvoy John, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 106 Orange 

Minnie A. Miss, clerk 16 Exchange, bds 106 Orange 
Thomas F., shoe store 16 Exchange, bds 106 Orange 
McGibeny James B., h 112 Fish 
McGill Harry, rem to Rhode Island 
McGinnis John, emp L. Sanders Co., bds Chase road 
McGinty John, laborer, h 18 Essex 
McGrath Eugene, emp F. W. Gleason, h 459 School 
Mcintosh James A., engineer Edson Fitch, h 105 Tre- 
nt ont, A C 
William, emp Orange, h Sanders c Elizabeth 
Mclntyre William, laborer, h Gulf road 
McKay Sadie Miss, rem to Maine 
McKerlich Kenneth, laborer, h off 33 Pine 
McKnight Cassie D. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 153 
Freedom 
Frank, laborer, bds South Athol 
George C, engineer A. Gas and Electric Co., h 153 

Freedom 
James, emp Orange, h off 33 Pine 
McLean Daniel, laborer, h 28 Charles pi 

Donald James, emp water works, h off 33 Pine 
James, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 25 Charles pi 
McManamv Henry T., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 66 Tremont, 
AC 
Hugh, bartender Summit House, A C, bds do. 
James, emp A. F. Tyler, bds 169 Bears Den road, 
A C 



60 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

MeManamy John, laborer, h 66 Tremont, A C 
John, laborer, bcls 169 Bears Den road, A C 
Joseph E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 112 Beach, A C 
Margaret, widow Thomas, h 169 Bears Den road, A C 
Thomas Jr., laborer, bds 95 Kennebunk, A C 

McNay Clarence, clerk F. McMay, h 159 Cottage 

McNAY FRANKLIN? confectioner and ice cream mfr. Pe- 
quoig blk 426 Main, h 194 Cottage— See p 165 

McNutt Maggie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Chase road 
Minnie L. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Chase road 
William L., emp L. Sanders Co., h 83 Sanders 

McPherson Almon S., rem to New York state 
George H., rem to New York state 
Susan, widow Henry, rem to New York state 

McRae Daniel, laborer, bds 280 Chestnut Hill av 
Finlay, blacksmith, h 152 Fish 
Finlay Jr., painter, bds 60 Silver Lake 
George, teamster J. M. Drew, bds 11 Market pi 
George, millwright, h 280 Chestnut Hill av 
George Jr., bds 280 Chestnut Hill av 
George W., bds 152 Fish 
John R., mechanic, h 146 Crescent 
Thomas H., molder, bds 280 Chestnut Hill av 

McReel Albert E., electrical contractor and bicycle dealer 
Pequoig blk r 426 Main, h 464 Crescent 
Alexander, shoemaker, h 165 Allen 
Walter, shoemaker, bds 165 Allen 

Meacham Martha, widow George W., bds 36 Prospect 

William W., emp S. Stockwell, bds Petersham road n 
town line 

Meany David P., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 146 Beacon 
Edward C, clerk 496 Main, bds 146 Beacon 
John H., rem to Watertown 
Thomas, emp L. S. S. Co., h 146 Beacon 
Winifred, widow Philip, h 146 Beacon 

Meegin Elizabeth, widow Owen, bds 1922 Main, A C 

Median Frank, emp L. S. S. Co., h 95 South 

Mcekins John, rem to Nova Scotia 

Meigin W. O., painter, bds Exchange Street House 

Mellen Charles S., driver National Express Co., h 190 
Freedom 
D. Edward, veterinary surgeon 326 Main, bds 190 

Freedom 
Julia, widow Edward, h 190 Freedom 
William D., grocer, flour, feed and grain 372 Crescent, 

h do. 
William H., selectman, h 464 Crescent 
William H. Mrs., florist 464 Crescent, h do. 

Menard Alfred A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 73 Fish 
Antoine, emp F. R. R,, h 73 Fish 

Menkins Newton, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 62 Cottage 



ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 61 

Merchant Leonard A., painter and paper hanger 132 Tre- 

mont, A C, h do. 
Merriam Albert I)., clerk C. M. L. Sons, h 73 Walnut 
Fannie A., widow Orrin, bds 124 Pleasant, A C 
John C, carpenter, h 249 Hapgood 
Merrifield Arthur H., emp A. F. Tyler, bds Eoyalston road, 
c Townsend road 
George A., farmer, h Eoyalston road c Townsend road 
Merrill Frank A., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds Pleasant, A C 
Isaiah S., stone mason, h Pleasant, A C 
J. Foster, stone mason, h Pleasant, A C 
Tryphena, widow James L., bds Pleasant, A C 
Merritt Alphonso P., laborer, h Silver Lake ab cemetery 
Howard, rem to Amherst 

Lucy V. Mrs., emp M. E. Mfg. Co., h 296 Crescent 
Messenger Fred S., barber emp W. E. Smith, bds 360 

South 
Metcalf Sadie E. Miss, musician, bds 460 South 
METCALF SADIE L widow John W., prop. Sunnyside 

House 460 South, h do.— See p 172 
Metheringham Alfred, rem to England 
Methodist Episcopal Church, 622 Main c Crescent 
Metropolitan Stock Exchange, (23) Pequoig House 422 

Main 
Metteo John, rem to Boston 
Meyer Fritz, rem to Peterboro, N. H. 
Michand John, cigarmaker emp 417 Main, bds City Hotel 
Michelman Barney N. (Michelman & Co.) 424 Main, h 18 
Mt. Pleasant 
& Co. (Barney N. Michelman and Isaac Snar- 
gonsky), clothing and gents' furnishings 424 
Main 
Miller Henry A., bds 518 Crescent 
Jesse, rem to Orange 
Joseph, h 518 Crescent 
Wallace C, clerk, h 25 Pleasant, A C 
Millers Eiver Building Co., office 394 Cottage 

MILLERS RIVER MANUFACTURING CO. office 71 

Chestnut Hill av n covered bridge — See p 157 
MILLERS RIVER NATIONAL BANK, 388 Main c Ex- 
change — See front col'd p IV 
Millett George W., rem to Littleton 

Mark, foreman Stratton Bros. & Co., h 693 Chestnut 
Mills Fred, emp L. S. S. Co., h Eailroad pi 
George T., laborer, bds 50 Smith pi 
Jennie Mrs., emp W. H. Kauffman, h Fryville 
Thomas, spinner, h 50 Smith pi 
William H., portable sawmill, bds 117 Kelton, A C 
Miskell Frank, rem to New York 

Mitchell Ellis S., agent Standard Oil Co. 35 Carbon, rms 10 
Exchange 
Melvin E., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 327 Main 



62 ATHOL DIEECTOKY. 

Moon Delbert, emp W. H. Kauffman, h Fryville 

Mooney Edward T., rem to Dover, N. H. 

Moore Addison M., engineer A. F. Tyler, h 960 Main 
Andrew, bds 52 Prospect 

MOORE CHANDLER W. livery stable 76 Exchange, li 92 
do.— See p 169 
Daniel, hostler emp C. W. Moore, bds 92 Exchange 
Dwight L., bds Petersham road n Templeton road 

MOORE EDMUND? coal and wood dealer, teamster and 
sawmill 44 Kennebunk, A C, h do. — See p 164 
Ellen J., widow Norman, bds 139 Kennebnnk, A C 
George F., emp Solon W. Lee, h Highland pi, A C 
Harriet X. Mrs., h 48 Traverse 
Hattie E. Mrs., music teacher 304 Main, bds do. 
Hattie J. Mrs., emp Bates Bros., rms 1220 Main, A C 
Hattie M. Miss, mnsic teacher and artist, bds 48 Trav- 
erse 
Henry, clerk C. W. Moore, h 20 Pine 
James A., h 96 Pleasant, A C 
John, gardener, h 219 Pleasant, A C 
Laura M., widow Edward, bds 438 School 
Warren, with 0. W. Moore, h 20 Pine 

Moran John E., emp L. S. S. Co., h 40 Lake 

Morell Angie Miss, emp D. E. Adams, bds 360 South 
Horace K., rem to Phillipston 
Lucy A., widow Noah, rem to Pittsfield 
Milton A., laborer, h 1758 Main, A C 

Morgan George, bds 60 Silver Lake 

Morin John, rem to North Dana 

Joseph, hod carrier, bds 5 Linden Park 

Morrill Zachariah B., farmer, h Chestnut c Fairview av 

Morris Lizzie, widow John, h S Athol road n railroad 
Walter W., rem to Gardner 

William, emp G. P. Underwood, bds 1184 Chestnut, 
A C 

Morrison Ernest, laborer, h 35 Common, A C 

Morrisroe Andrew, emp Athol Brick Co., h Brick Yard 
road 

Morse Charles F., carriage painter 76 Canal, h 88 Mt. 
Pleasant 
Charles L., sup't D. E. Adams, h 325 Pequois: av 
dishing B., milk dealer, h 1771 Main, A C 
Edith Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 9 Tunnel 
Edward H., rem to Cambridge 
Frank F. (L. Morse & Sonsf Mechanic, A C, h 1755 

Main, do. 
Fred, emp CD. Davis, h 159 Hapgood 
Fred B., emp E. Moore, bds 1154 Chestnut, A C 
George R., blacksmith emp L. C. Sawin, h r 181 Main 
Halbert V., emp Bates Bros., bds 227 Crescent 
Leander B. (L. Morse & Sons) Mechanic, A C, h 44 
Pleasant, do. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 03 

MORSE L & SONS (Leander B. and Frank P. Morse), 
mfrs. pine furniture Mechanic, A C — See p 15(i 
Statira J., widow Parris, bds r 181 Main 
Sumner L., foreman L. Morse & Sons, bds 1328 Main, 

A C 
Walter E., truckman and milk dealer 1771 Main, A C, 
h do. 

Morton Margaret, widow William, h 693 Crescent 

Mosher Brenton H., oil dealer 49 Myrtle, h do. 

Moskowitz Paul, emp E. Fitch, h Webb pi 

Mott Lewis II., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 565 Pequoig av 

Moulton Charles D., baggagemaster F. R. R. depot, h 138 
Cottage 
Charles H., farmer, h Petersham road 
Edwin P., emp L. S. S. Co., h 80 Orange 
George W., farmer, h off S Athol road 
Martha G., widow Albert G., h 28 Traverse 

Mountain George, variety store, auctioneer, umbrella mfr. 
and repairer stoves, etc. 576 South, h 75 Canal 

Mowrey George P., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 19 Essex 

Mularcik Maik, laborer, bds off 17 Hamlet 

Mullany Hugh, farm hand, bds 651 Chestnut 
Kate, widow Thomas, h 651 Chestnut 
Thomas J., mechanic, bds 651 Chestnut 

Mullett Fred A., bds 328 Pequoig av 

Laura, widow William A., h 328 Pequoig av 

Munn Edward E., emp E. E. Partridge, bds Partridgeville 
Warner A., foreman E. E. Partridge, h Partridgeville 

Murdock John, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 372 School 
William C, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 372 School 

Murphy John F., shoemaker, bds 147 High 

Julia Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 609 Main 
Maggie Miss, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., rms 609 Main 
Margaret, widow Patrick, h 85 South 
Michael, emp Orange, h 147 High 
Patrick Jr., engineer D. E. Adams, bds 9 Tunnel 
Thomas C, emp A. F. Tyler, bds 147 High, A C 
Thomas P., laborer, bds 1876 Main, A 

Murray Franklin, printer, h 199 Pequoig av 

John F., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 96 Exchange 

Musgrave Mary, widow Daniel, bds 404 Chestnut Hill av 

NARY MINNIE, widow Milan, h 59 Estabrook, A C 
National Express Co., Frederick J. Harper agent, 28 Ex- 
change 
Navidonski Stanislas, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 45 South 
Najdor Freeman L., h 12 Cooke pi 

James C, emp A. F. Tyler, h 426 Wallingford av 
Neal James, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 30 Traverse 
Negus Annie Miss, emp Orange, h 107 Walnut 

Florence Miss, h 107 Walnut 
Nelson Anna M., widow George W., h 171 Pleasant, A C 



64 ATHOL DIRECTOBY. 

Nelson Frank, stock broker, bds Pequoig House 
John, farmer, h New Sherborn road 
John E., emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 483 Pleasant, 

AC 
John S., farmer, h New Sherborn road 
Levina M., widow William, bds 498 Pleasant, A C 
Minnie CI. Miss, music teacher, bds 171 Pleasant, 
A C 
Newbury Warren, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 145 School 
Newell Asa, carpenter and builder 285 Main, h do. 

Joseph T., barber J. W. Donovan, h 244 Pequoig av 
Nettie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 285 Main 
Sadie Mrs., bds Exchange Street House 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

409 Main — See p opp Telephone Office, Business 
Directory 
Newey Thomas J., foreman D. E. Adams, h Mt. Pleasant 

bey cemetery 
New Sherborn District School, New Sherborn road, Kice- 

ville 
Newton Ann M., widow Charles 0., bds 1875 Main, A C 
C. Fred, emp Bates Bros., rms 387 Main 
Cordelia I., widow Horace, h 257 South 
Elijah B. (Newton & Call) 1706 Main, A C, h 1875 

' do. 
Elijah S., lumberman, h 1922 Main, A C 
Emerson, stone mason, h 1628 Main, A C 
George A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Columbian av n 

Lenox (Intervale) 
Herman M., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 255 South 
Henry J., weaver, h Fryville 
Jennie Miss, rem to Phillipston 
Joshua P., stone mason, h Bears Den road, A C 
Kate L., widow D. Appleton, artist Academy of Music 

184 Exchange, h 155 Union 
Maria C. Miss, emp C. Eninger, bds 1551 Main, A C 
Phebe A., widow Luther L., rem to Phillipston 
Simeon B., bread peddler, h 249 Spring, A C 
Truman C, expressman 11 Wallingford av, h do. 
Willard, lumber dealer 503 School, h do. 
& Call (Elijah B. Newton and Ulysses G. Call), gro- 
cers, flour, feed, grain, hay and straw 1706 Main, 
AC 
Nichols Harriet N., widow Wilbur, bds 2298 Main, A C 
Jacob, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Athol House 
Jacob Mrs., rms 383 Main 
Nickerson Charles H., com. trav., h South Athol 

F. William, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 110 Maple 
Isaac S., carpenter, h 169 Water, A C 
J. A. Mrs., dressmaker 110 Maple, h do. 
Joseph, shoemaker 440 Main, h 110 Maple 
Truman S., mechanic, h 139 Kennebunk, A C 
Walter F., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 139 Kennebunk, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 65 

Niles Frank H., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 34 Pine 
Nilson Carl, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Spring Hill oil' Cot- 
tage 
Nims Pliny F., carpenter, h 414 Crescent 

Willard G., clerk Millers River National Bank, bds 414 
Crescent 
Noble James S., laborer, n 158 Highland av 

James W., emp Bates Bros., bds 158 Highland av 

John R., emp Bates Bros., h 158 Highland av 
Noonan Jnlia Miss, h 141 Harrison bey Hamlet 

Michael, emp Hill & Greene, bds 9 Tunnel 

Patrick, rem to Hartford, Conn. 
Norcross Frederick, emp Stratton Bros. & Co., h 192 
Green, A C 

Mary A., widow Solomon, bds 44 Kennebunk, A C 

Ora V., bds 132 Central, A C 
Nordstrom Peter, emp Goddard & Manning, h 187 Cot- 
tage 
Normandin Henry, rem to Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
North Orange Stage Line, George P. Underwood prop., 

1190 Chestnut, A C 
Norton William W., rem to St. Louis, Mo. 
Norwood Olive, widow Charles, bds 53 Traverse 
Nutting William H., emp A. M. Co., h 149 Walnut 
Nye Bertha L. Miss, dressmaker 220 Park, A C, bds do. 

OAKES ALPHONSO E., rem to Warwick 

Ellen F., widow George V., bds 49 Elm, A C 
Joshua Mrs., h New Sherborn road n Riceville 
Martha A. Miss, h 440 School 

O'Brien Agnes, widow Patrick, h 1461 Main, A C 
Charles A., emp Edson Fitch, h 126 Cottage 
Mary Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 1461 Main, A C 
Michael, emp Orange, h 6? Fern c Hamlet 

O'Connell Thomas R,, emp F. R. R., h 641 Chestnut 

O'Daniels Michael, emp L. Morse & Son, h S RoyalstorL 
road 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 39 Exchange 

Odlin Charles E., machinist, h 222 Walnut 

O'Donnell Ellen Miss, h 13 Charles pi 

Maria, widow John B., h 281 Exchange 

Michael, bds 13 Charles pi 

Thomas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 13 Charles pi 

O'Loughlin Charles E., emp A. M. Co., bds 844 Main 
Ellen, widow Patrick, h 844 Main 

Old Cemetery, entrance 98 Pleasant, A C 

Indian Cemetery, 399 Hapgood n Hampstead pi 

Olds H. Ellen Miss, h 55 Common, A C 

O'Leary Jerry, rem to Warwick 

Michael, teamster, h 591 Chestnut Hill av 

Oliver Edwin L., engineer F. R. R., h 1740 Main, A C 



66 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Oliver Franklin Jr., emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 288 
Riverbend 
Fred B., express messenger B. & A. R. R., bds 204 

Freedom 
Fred Y., fanner, h Pleasant n New Sherborn road 
OLIVER JAMES? physician and surgeon 1534 Main, A C, 
h do.; office hours 7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2 and 6 to 7 
p. m. 
James 2d, machinist 65 Crescent, h 57 Fish 
. Lois, widow Thomas, bds 164 Beacon 

M. Idella Miss, clerk J. E. French, bds 57 Fish 
Otis, sawyer, h South Athol n New Salem line 
Samuel H., engineer B. & A. R. R., h 204 Freedom 
William T., farmer and butcher, h Batchelder road n 
S Athol road 
Olson Charles A., teamster, h 560 Crescent 

John, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 625 Cottage 
Olyer George S., teamster E. Moore, h Highland pi 

Lincoln, emp L. S. S. Co., h 73 Cottage 
O'Mara William J., stone mason 9 Hamlet, h do. 
Opera House, Albert Ellsworth prop., Exchange c South 

House Block, Exchange c South 
Oprav Joseph, emp G. H. Cragin, bds 989 Pleasant, A C 
Orcutt Cornelia E. Mrs., h 1820 Main, A C 
Ormsby George L., engineer The Cottager Co., h 414 
Wallingford av 
Grace Miss, compositor The Cottager Co., bds 414 
Wallingford av 
Osborne Rasselns A., emp Goddard & Manning, h 334 

Chestnut Hill av 
Osgood Alfred G., trav. salesman, h 116 S Main 

" Roy C, clerk Millers River National Bank, bds 116 S 
Main 
Osman Harriet, widow Amander B., h 1080 Main 

Mary Miss, compositor The Cottager Co., bds 1080 
"Main 
Ostikan Anton, laborer, bds off 17 Hamlet 

Charles, laborer, bds off 17 Hamlet 
Ostrander Amanda, widow John, bds 292 Cottage 

Gifford, emp J. M. Drew, h 292 Cottage 
Overseers of the Poor, 206 Exchange 

PAGE JANE G., widow John S., h 537 School 

John S., foreman machinist C. F. Richardson & Son, 
bds 537 School 
PAIGE C. F. & CO, inc., Charles F. Paige treas. and man- 
ager, dealers in hardware and mill supplies 454 
Main — See front col'd p Y 
Charles F., treas. and manager C. F. Paige & Co. 454 

Main, h 3(5 Prospect 
Edward, h 19 Union 
Paine George P., student, bds 210 Pleasant, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 67 

Paine Laura M. Miss, bds 590 Main 
Pallen Fred, harnessmaker, rms 67 Fern c Hamlet 
Parish George F., office 1666 Main, A C, bds 96 Pleasant, 
do. 
Herbert E., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 26 Highland, 
AC 
Parker Charles A., carpenter, h Partridgeville 
Henry C, slate roofer 188 Crescent, h do. 
James, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 394 South 
John S., clerk Edson Fitch, bds 1551 Main, A C 
Marietta M., widow Elihu C, h 40 Maple 
Martha M., widow Charles, bds S Main 
Parmenter Charles EL, emp L. S. S. Co., h 594 Crescent 
Elizabeth J. G., widow Frank C, h 542 School 
Frank S., dry goods and carpets 389 Main, h 419 do. 
Leroy C. (Goddard & Manning) 394 Cottage, (Par- 
menter & Bates), and (Sanders & Parmenter) 236 
Walnut, h do. 
Myrtha A., widow Horatio, bds 503 Main 
& Bates (Leroy C. Parmenter and George D. Bates), 
real estate 236 Walnut 
Parmenter's Block, 385 to 389 Main 
Parron Peter, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 110 Lee 
Partridge Edward E., satinet mfr. and market gardener 
Partridgeville, h do. 
George, h 35 Concord 
Partridgeville School, White Pond road 
Patriarca. Sossio, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 95 Laurel 
Patt Frank, laborer, h 1 Raymond pi 

Patterson Charles A., emp Sawyer Tool Co., h off 224 Free- 
dom 
George IL, laborer, bds Pinedale 
James, teamster, h Pinedale 
Payette Francois, emp E. Fitch, h 856 Main 
Peasley Eldridge D., emp Hill & Greene, rms 71 Central, 

AC 
Peck J. A., carriage and sign painter 12 Mechanic sq, A C 
h 1060 Main, do. 
Merit t E., manager 12 Mechanic sq, A C, h 1060 
Main, do. 
Peckham Charles V., emp L. Morse & Sons, h Morse pi, 
AC 
Emeline, widow Frank N., h 154 Vine, A C 
PECKHAM H. MARSHALL, wood turner, cabinetmaker, 
etc. Railroad pi opp depot, h 195 Crescent — See 
p 167 
J. Flint, foreman J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 35 River- 
bend 
Mattie R. Miss, clerk W. L. Whitney, bds 35 River- 
bend 
Nelson J., emp G. W. Boutell, h 154 Vine, A C 
Philena K, widow William, h 300 School 



68 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Peirce Cyrus M., bookkeeper C. M. L. Sons, li 361 Hap- 
good 
Frank H., hostler 76 Exchange, rms do. 
Joseph, h 159 Cottage 

Sarah Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 83 Union 
William W., h S Athol road n railroad 
— see Pierce 
PEIRSON WILLIAM R. dry and fancy goods Webb's blk 

423 Main, h 50 Newton — See cover 
Pelkey George A., spinner, h White Pond road 
Penniman Angle and Mary Misses, h 174 Central, A C 
Pepperd Charles, emp W. E. Morse, bds 211 Kelton, A C 
Pequoig Building, 406 to 428 Main 

Hose No. 1, Engine House 202 Exchange 
PEQUOIG HOUSE, Eobert C. Inslee manager, 416 Main- 
See p 171 
PERHAM MILTON 0. prop. Athol House, h do.— See p 
172 
Stedman C, farmer, h Adams road c Tom Swamp 
road 
Perkins Arthur B., clerk 1706 Main, A C, bds 1823 Main, 
do. 
Asa W., prop. Athol Steam Cleaning and Dyeing 

Works South n Tunnel, rms do. 
Orman II., emp Hill & Greene, h 215 School 
Thompson, emp Hill & Greene, h 71 Kennebunk, 
AC 
Pero Emery, rem to Worcester 

Joseph T., foreman A. M. Co., h 111 Canal 
Perry Ann PL, widow John L., h 58 Union sq, A C 
Charles A., emp L. S. S. Co., h 203 School 
James M., motorman, h 595 Chestnut 
Luther, emp L. S. S. Co., rms 366 School 
William, emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 26 Highland, 
AC 
Peter Conrad, emp Goddard & Maning, h 589 Cottage 

PETERSHAM AND ATHOL STAGE LINE, E. Frank 

Kelton prop., leaves Post Office Athol 10.30 a. 
m. and 6 p. m. daily except Sundays; bet. Nov. 
and May, 12.30 p. m.— See p 170 
and Athol Stage Line, George A. Gibbs prop., office 
Union depot 
Peterson August, emp Goddard & Manning, bds 12 Charles 

pi 

August, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 93 Marble 
Charles, emp Goddard & Manning, bds 187 Cottage 
Charles W., emp G. H. Cragin, h Pleasant opp Batch- 
elder road, A C 
John, rem to Springfield 
Oscar G., emp Hill & Greene, bds 93 Marble 
Phelau Robert, clerk 91 Exchange, bds 161 School 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. G9 

Phelan Thomas J., emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 290 

Chestnut Hill av 
Phelps Charles C, shoemaker, h Templeton road c S Roy- 
alston road, A C 
George R., h 1984 Main, A C 

Herbert N., emp Hill & Greene, h 59 Wallingford av 
Jason P., rem to Easthampton 
Phillips Edith L. Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 29 Ridge av 
Frank E., boss weaver W. H. Kauffman, h Fryville 
Ida M. Mrs., h. 520 Main 
Pitt P., emp L. S. S. Co., h 552 Hapgood 
Sylvene Miss, compositor W. West Chronicle, bds 585 
Main 

PHILLIPSTON AND ATHOL STAGE LINE, Marsh & 

Turner props., leaves Post Office Athol 7 a. m. 
and 12.45 p. m. daily except Sunday— See p 170 

Piedalue Bernice M. Miss, clerk Post Office, bds 146 Main 
Gertrude A. Miss, clerk Post Office, bds 146 Main 
Harry A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 259 Main 
Julia, widow Henry, bds 146 Main 

Pierce Abigail, widow Abel, h 349 South 
Mattie E., widow Nelson, h 461 Hapgood 
Walter J., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 249 Hapgood 
William W., clerk 605 Main, h 193 Crescent 
— see Peirce 

Pike Albert C, emp W. E. Morse, h 211 Kelton, A C 

Albert L., saw filer 1623 Main, A C, h 118 Winter, 

do. 
Charles H., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 118 Winter, A C 
Everett, emp Hill & Greene, h 191 Allen 
Francis 0., watchman emp Bates Bros., h 200 Cres- 
cent 
Fred W., painter, h 37 Myrtle 
Lucy I., widow Joseph P., h 227 Crescent 
Mendall, farmer, h 117 Freedom 
William L., emp Hill & Greene, bds 118 Winter, A C 

Pilarczyk. Joseph, rem to New York 

Pilardy Mary Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 225 South 
Thomas, emp Hill & Greene, h 363 Cottage 

Pinedale School, Pinedale road c Silver Lake 

Piper Albert A., carpet layer, h 275 Main 

Alfred, engineer F. R. R., h 83 Hampstead pi 
Charles A. (Geroy & Piper) 550 South, rms 585 Main 
Herbert E., laborer, bds S Athol road n railroad 

Pitts Emma, widow Sumner W., h 61 Prospect 

Grace W. Miss, clerk E. Denny, bds 180 Walnut 
Ida J. Miss, stenographer Bates Bros., bds 61 Pros- 
pect 
Minnie K. Miss, clerk A. J. Hamilton, bds 61 Pros- 
pect 
Samuel B., h 180 Walnut 

Pixley Mary E. Mrs., dressmaker 259 Main, bds do. 



70 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Pleasant Street Cemetery off Pleasant bey New Sherbom 
road, A C 
Street School, Pleasant n Batchelder road, A C 
PLEASANT VALLEY? Lucien Lord prop., office Academy 

of Music blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 
Plnmmer William B., laborer, bds S Athol road n railroad 
Plunkett Annie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 212 South 
Katie, widow Thomas, h 212 South 
Thomas, rem to Hartford, Conn. 
William, emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 224 South 
Podmore William E., teamster, bds Pinedale 

William H., teamster, h Pinedale 
Podzinnas Joseph, laborer, h off 17 Hamlet 
Poliquin Baoul, emp Edson Fitch, bds 110 Lee 
Pollard Ivers E., farmer, h Pleasant, A C 
Pond Albert D., carpenter, h 85 Highland, A C 

Charles E., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 1728 Main, A C 
Frank L., emp Mrs. A. M. Sawyer, h 80 Mechanic, 

A C 
George S., h 217 Walnut 
J. Harry, emp L. S. S. Co., h 27 Allen 
Moses, emp John A. Terry, bds Swanzey c Fairview 

av 
AVilliam F., emp W. D. Lee, h 2094 Main, A C 
Poquaig Clnb Rooms, 2 Academy of Music bdg 182 Ex- 
change 
Porter Alfred? C, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 188 Highland 
av 
Rufus L., fireman F. R. R. Co., bds Windsor House 
Posk Peter, laborer, bds off 17 Hamlet 
Post Office, Athol Centre, 1497 Main 

Office, 380 Main n Exchange 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co., Miss Etta G. Bacon operator, 

98 Exchange 
Potter Arthur D. (Potter & Co.) 503 South, res Green- 
field 
Lucius P. (Potter & Co.) 503 South, res Greenfield 
Marshall A. Rev., pastor Second Advent Church, h 
169 High, A C 
POTTER & CO. (Lucius I), and Arthur D. Potter), flour, 
srain, feed and coal 503 South head Exchange — 
See p 164 
Powers Catherine Miss, clerk 406 Main, rms 135 Marble 
Clara Mrs., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 387 Main 
Frank D.. clerk National Express Co., bds 62 Sanders 
George A., clerk 361 Main, h 193 do. 
James E., rem to New Haven, Conn. 
Lafayette, lumberman, h 311 Main 
Michael, laborer, rms 91 Canal 
Nellie R. Miss, emp 43 Traverse, bds do. 
Pratt Amanda H., widow Julius L., bds 430 Main 
John D., bread peddler, h 424 Hapgood 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 71 

Pratt Marble II. , rem to Lynn 

Melvin L., rem to Lynn 
Preble William M. Mrs., dressmaker, bds 82 Summer, 

A C 
Prentiss Frederick, emp L. Sanders Co., h Glen av (Fair- 
view) 
Prescott William A., farmer, h 871 Pleasant, A C 
Preston Alice M. Miss, bds 1158 Main, AC 

Henry F., photographer 1479 Main, A C, h 1158 do. 
Priest Alphonso N., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 150 Prospect 

William J., rem to New York city 
Prindiville John, mason, bds 126 Fish 
Proctor Carro P. Miss, bookkeeper A. National Bank, bds 
259 High, A C 

Eben S., real estate Orange road, h do. 

Frank H., emp L. Morse & Sons and sewing machine 
agent 1729 Main, A C, h do. 

George N., farmer, bds Orange road 

John F., machinist C. M. L. Sons, h 86 Lake 

Lucia 0., widow Joseph H., h 259 High, A C 
PROGRESS, The Cottager Co. pubs., weekly paper, 566 

South — See p 155 
Proulx Amadee, emp Edson Fitch, h 158 Hapgood 
Prouty Abbie Miss, rem to Somerville 

Nelson IL, rem to Scranton, Pa. 

Rhoda, widow Solomon D., h 112 Beach, A C 

Samuel E., h 112 Beach, A C 
Puffer Albert L., emp Hill & Greene, bds 1382 Main, A C 

Sidney W., laborer, h 353 Crescent 

Simon E., foreman Hill & Greene, h 1382 Main, A C 
Pulsifer Edna Miss, emp Hill & Greene, rms 383 Main 

Myron E., teamster Edson Fitch, h 59 Park, A C 
Purple Edwin F., emp A. F. Tyler, h 8 Cooke pi 

Eugene R., teamster, h 1726 Main, A C 

Everett E., teamster emp E. Moore, h 95 Kennebunk. 
AC 

Ezra 0., laborer, bds 8 Cooke pi 
Puszezio Peter, cook Pequoig House, h 441 South 
Putnam Charles A., laborer, bds Pleasant n Batchelder 
road, A C 

Cbarles W., emp Hill & Greene, h 81 Brattle, A C 

Hiram M., farmer, h Pleasant n Batchelder road, A C 

Joel M., laborer, h New Sherborn road, Riceville 
Pythian Hall, Bank blk 386 Main 

QUIGLEY JOHN, carder, h Gulf road 

Nicholas, farmer, h Gulf road 
Quimby Nellie E. Mrs., bds 351 Chestnut Hill av 
Quincy Arthur IL, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 95 Highland 
av 

Mary A., widow Henry, h 95 Highland av 



72 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

QUINLAN CORNELIUS, emp Mrs. M. M. Giles and ice 

dealer Co-riant road c Riceville road, bds do. — See 
p 164 
Patrick H., foreman D. E. Adams, li 179 Freedom 
Quinn Bridget, widow James, bds 126 Fish 

William, emp Hill & Greene, bds 2052 Main, A C 
Qnintin Edmond, rem to Canada 

Joseph, emp Bates Bros., bds 532 Cottage 
Heme, emp E. Fitch, h 1628 Main, A C 

RADKIN PATRICK, bds 434 Crescent 

Rainey Henry F., emp Hill & Greene, bds Snnnyside 

House 
Ramsdell John A., painter, h 30 Spring, A C 
Randall George W., farmer and milk dealer Templeton 

road bey Garfield road, h do. 
Rath burn Henry G., painter, h 295 Vine, A C 

Valentine 6., bds 1705 Main, A C 
Rawson Jessie B. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 78 Laurel 

Silas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 186 Crescent 
Ray Charles E., emp Hill & Greene, h 70 Drury ay 
Raymond Henrietta, widow E. P., h 172 Prospect 

Mary, widow Samuel, h 589 Cottage 

Mary F. Miss, bookkeeper Chronicle Office, bds 172 
Prospect 

Samuel P. (Raymond & Leonard) 459 Crescent, h 636 
do. 

Warren E, .emp L. S. S. Co., h 469 Main 

& Leonard (Samuel P. Raymond and Edward D. 
Leonard), grocers 459 Crescent 
Raynor Sabrina, widow Jacob, bds 566 Hapgood 
Rccd Gertrude A. Miss, bds 626 Cottage 

Martha E., widow James H., h 626 Cottage 
Regon Dana M., manager Combination Mfg. Co. 3 Ex- 
change, bds Exchange Street House 
Reinhard Herbert F., clerk 406 Main, bds 139 Newton 
Remi Joseph, blacksmith South Athol, h do. 
Remington Henry R., emp L. S. S. Co., h 142 Fish 
Revnolds Jay B., shoe mfr., h 137 Main 

Walter E., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 1783 Main, A C 
Rhuland Matthew H., shoemaker 355 Main, bds 393 Hap- 
good 

W. Wallace, clerk Athol House, bds do. 
Rice Addison, emp E. Fitch, h 116 Tremont, A C 

Allen, farmer, h White Pond road 

Benjamin, farmer, bds Gulf road 

B. Madison, h 139 Newton 

Edwin A., emp L. Morse & Sons, li off 675 Chestnut 

Hannah Miss, bds 142 High 
RICE HENRY H. mfr. of boxes and lumber and hay dealer 
South Athol, h do.— See p 166 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 73 

Rice Ida M. Miss, compositor emp Athol Transcript, rms 
592 South 
Lucius W., emp H. H. Rice, h South Athol 
Lydia, widow Aaron, bds 54 Green, A C 
Mary,' widow Henry, bds 1868 Main, A C 
Mayo S., carpenter, h 131 S Main 
Phoebe, widow William, bds 131 Prospect 
Ruel W., h 216 Prospect 
Susan, widow Hosea B., bds 25 Essex 
Truman, farmer, h Gulf road 
Rich Adoniram J., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 37 Union 
George F., emp Hill & Greene, h 70 Drury av 
Lizzie S. Miss, milliner 473 Main, rms 354 do. 
Mary B., widow C. P., emp Hill & Greene, h 366 
School 
Richards Charles II., teamster, h 96 Sanders 

Corydon, teamster, bds Twitchell road n White Pond 

road 
Frederick B., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 96 Sanders 
George H., engineer C. D. Davis, h Pinedale av (In- 
tervale) 
George 1ST., rem to Warwick 
Harry N., rem to Maine 
John F., emp II. H. Rice, h South Athol 
Judith C, widow Jeremiah M., h 66 Winter, A C 
Peter, laborer, rms 124 Canal 
William E., bds 96 Sanders 
William E. Jr., emp CD. Davis, h off 33 Pine 
Eichardson Alonzo P., livery stable 186 Marble, h 182 
do. 
Arthur B., emp L. S. S. Co., h 288 Chestnut. Hill av 
Burton C, agent New England Farmer, h 33 Union 

sq 
C. Fred (C. F. Richardson & Son) 5 Traverse and 
treas. Citizens' Building Ass'n, h 43 do. 
RICHARDSON C. F. & SON (C. Fred and Fred R. Rich- 
ardson), machinists, mfrs. transits, leveling in- 
struments and levels, also bicycle dealers 5 Trav- 
erse c Main — See front col'd p X 
Delevan, machinist, bds 146 Main 
Emeline, widow Nathaniel, bds 43 Traverse 
Fred D., engineer Stratton Bros. & Co., h Railroad pi 

r depot 
Fred R. (C. F. Richardson & Son) 5 Traverse, h 174 

Highland av 
George A., emp A. M. Co., h 48 Laurel 
Herbert, emp Hill & Greene, bds 249 Hapgood 
John C, hostler A. P. Richardson, h 73 Marble 
Katherine E., widow M. B., bds 447 Main 
Lysander H., painter, h Bullard pi 
Martin P., agent New England Farmer, h Adams road 
e Tom Swamp road 



74 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Richardson Mary, widow Lima B., h 146 Main 

Nathan H., h 486 Chestnut Hill av 

Walter J., emp L. S. S. Co., bds City Hotel 
Richardson's Block, 499 to 505 Main 
Ricker David EL, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 19 Kendall 

Mary, widow Eben, h 19 Kendall 

Samuel, rem to Vermont 
Rickey Frank B., laborer, h 240 Kennebimk, A C 

George W\, jeweler Union blk 1580 Main, A C, h 1562 
do. 

Grace G. Miss, teacher, bds 1562 Main, A C 
Rieb Joseph H., foreman Bates Bros., h 577 Chestnut 
Rivers Jerry, trucking 5 Linden Park, h do. 

Joseph, emp J. Rivers, bds 5 Linden Park 
Rivet Eugene Mrs., h 415 Silver Lake 

William H., emp Bates Bros., bds 415 Silver Lake 
ROBBINS ALBERT F. watchmaker and jeweler 435 Main, 
h 224 Crescent — See outside cover 

Frank N., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 176 Kelton, A C 

Orin L., emp Commercial House, bds do. 

Sarah A., widow Edward, h 176 Kelton, A C 
Roberts Charles A., emp Hill & Greene, bds 1848 Main, 

A C 
Robertson Hollis E., emp W. E. Morse, h 1954 Main, A C 
Robinson Charles W., teamster emp W. E. Morse, h Morse 
pi, A C 

George W., laborer, h 159 Hapgood c Goodman pi 

Henry H., emp F. R. R., h 469 Main 

Laura M. Mrs., emp City Hotel, rms 376 Main 

May L. Mrs., emp D. E. Adams, rms 469 Main 

Priscilla, widow Charles, h 113 Main 

William E., laborer, bds 1984 Main, A C 

William E., rem to Vernon, Vt. 
Rock Thomas, laborer, h Partridge ville 
Rogan Annie C. Miss, teacher Highland School, bds 112 
Green, A C 

Daniel H. Rev., h 112 Green, A C 

L. Florence Miss, art teacher, bds 112 Green, A C 

Lila Miss, teacher Main Street School, bds 112 Green,. 
AC 
Rogers Bert M., bds 103 Kennebunk, A C 

Frank, laborer, bds 1984 Main, A C 

Fred W., h 2428 Main, A C 

George W., farm hand, bds 103 Kennebunk, A C 

William C, mason, h 103 Kennebunk, A C 
Rollins Anna Miss, emp L. S. S. Co., rms 573 Main 
Roman Catholic Cemetery, 191 Vine, A C 
Roth Bernhardt, foreman Goddard & Manning, h 278 

Beacon 
Rothchild Abram, peddler, h 72 Main 
Rourke — see Rock 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 75 

Rowe C. Edward, clerk 1493 Main, A C, bds 71 Pleasant, 

do. 
Rowell Bertha Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 243 Main 

Mary Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 243 Main 
Rugg Mary H., widow Alpheus, bds 222 Main 
Russell Chloe F., widow Asa M., h 112 Canal 

Jennie L. Miss, bds 112 Canal 

John L., clerk Orange, h 124 Canal 

Joseph, laborer, bds 190 Silver Lake 
Rustin George, rem to Warwick 

Thomas H., rem to Warwick 
Ryan Daniel W., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 44 Leonard 

Delia A., widow Frank, bds 66 Winter, A C 

John, watchman A. & 0. St. Ry. Co., h 174 Exchange 

Mary, widow John, h 44 Leonard 

SAFFORD EDWIN A., laborer, bds Templeton road n 
Main, A C 

William R., painter, h Templeton road n Main, A C 
Sails J. Ami, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 184 Allen 
Sampson Elmer M., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 205 Beacon 

Irwin W., emp C. Eninger, rms 205 Beacon 
Sanborn John S., clerk, h L T nity pi 
Sandahl Anna Miss, bds 148 Crescent 

Mary, widow Gustaf, h 148 Crescent 
Sandberg Louisa, widow Peter, bds 639 Crescent 
Sanders Andrew E., emp L. Sanders Co., h 230 Prospect 

Dolly W., widow Franklin, bds Euclid av (Fairview) 

Edmund F., foreman L. Sanders Co., h Euclid av 
(Fairview) 

Jennie I. Miss, bds Euclid av (Fairview) 

Lewis, pres. and treas. Lewis Sanders Co., h Euclid &y 
(Fairview) 

Lewis Co., mfrs. kegs, barrels and match blocks Sand- 
ers n Chestnut 

& Parmenter (Lewis Sanders and Leroy C. Par- 
menter), props. Fairview and real estate agents 
236 Walnut 
Sandin Charles, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 547 Cottage 
Sanger William B., farmer, h S Athol road 
Santamore Angeline, widow Dominic, bds 858 Main 

Joseph, canvasser, h 858 Main 
Sarapas Pawel, laborer, bds 45 South 
Sargent William P., rem to Gardner 
Saunders Lydia E. Miss, rem to Vermont 
Savage Joseph, emp Goddard & Manning, h 661 Chestnut 

Thomas W., h 1181 Chestnut, A C 
Savoy Peter, emp Lucien Lord, bds Pinedale av (Inter- 
vale) 
Sawin Emory, h 54 Central, A C 

Grace B. Miss, teacher, bds 254 Drury av 



76 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Sawin Levi C, prop. Sawin's Carriage Works 303 Ex- 
change c Marble, h 504 Main 
Lewis H., bookkeeper A. M. Co., h 254 Drury av 
Sawin's Carriage Works, Levi C. Sawin prop., carriage 
mfrs., blacksmiths, carriage and sign painters 303 
Exchange 
Sawtelle A., emp L. Sanders Co., bds Sunnyside House 
Albion F., emp L. Sanders Co., bds Pleasant n New 

Sherborn road, A C 
Hattie 0. Miss, manager N. E. Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co. 409 Main c Exchange, rms do. 
Jennie F. Miss, bookkeeper Hill & Greene, bds Pleas- 
ant n New Sherborn road 
J. Frank, farmer, h Pleasant n New Sherborn road, 

A C 
Mary E., widow George, h 76 Park, A C 
•Sawyer A. Harry, rem to Montclair, N. J. 
Amos B., carpenter, h 434 Pequoig av 
Burnside E. (Sawyer Tool Co.) 123 Lumber, rms 573 

Main 
Charles W., machinist L. S. S. Co., h 282 School 
Everett (Sawyer & Hale) 412 Main, bds S Main 
Jonathan W., farmer, h S Main 
Mary E., widow Addison M., h 2033 Main, A C 
Orlando W., farmer, bds S Eoyalston road 
Orrin, manager Potter & Co. 503 South, rms 35! 

Main 
Tool Co., machinists and tool mfrs. 123 Lumber 
& Hale (Everett Sawyer and Bert F. Hale), gents' 
furnishings, hats, caps and laundry agents 412 
Main 
Schmidt Alexander, foreman Bates Bros., h 499 Silver 
Lake 
Alexander F. W., emp Bates Bros., bds 499 Silver 
Lake 
Sehn eider Frank, rem to New Jersey 

Schumann Emil. emp Goddard & Manning, h 721 Chest- 
nut 
Schwartz Franciska Mrs., bds Fletcher pi 
Scott Fred H., clerk 69 Exchange, h 238 Beacon 
Henry A., carpenter, h 580 Peqiiois; av 
Hiland F., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 738 Pleasant 
Oscar A., piano mover, etc., h 59 Church 
Sculane Nancy J. Miss, clerk 449 Main, bds 475 do. 
Scullv William E., emp A. M. Co., bds 212 South 
William E. Mrs., dressmaker 212 South, h do. 
Searle Barnum F., farmer, h Eoyalston road ab Townsend 
road 
Frederick S., clerk Millers Eiver Nat. Bank, bds Eoy- 
alston road ab Townsend road 
Searles George H., engineer, h 2034 Main, A C 
Sea is Annis J., widow Charles M., h 503 Main 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 77 

Sears Charles, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 249 Hapgood 
Seaver Harry L., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 19 Essex 
Second Advent Chapel, 1278 Main, A C 

Unitarian Church, 478 Main 
Sedgwick Harry A., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 646 Pequoig av 

Homer G., freight agent B. & A. R. R., h 646 Pequoig 
av 

Jean H., emp B. & A. R. R. depot, bds 646 Pequoig 
av 

Louis B., plumber, bds 646 Pequoig av 
Seeley Jennie Mrs., shirt ironer A. Steam Laundry, h 158 
Hapgood 

Mary Miss, emp A. Steam Laundry, h 66 Tyler 
Seguin Napoleon, emp Joseph Adams, bds 162 Silver 

Lake 
Sehl J. Edward, rem to Binghamton, N". Y. 
Seidel William F., rem to Peterboro 
Selectmen's Office, 206 Exchange 
Sellig Agnes, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 434 Crescent 

Herman IL, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 434 Crescent 

Mary, widow Plerman W., h 434 Crescent 

Mary, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 434 Crescent 
Shank Annie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 416 Exchange 
Sharman Almira A., widow Dean S., h 24 Main 

Annie M. Miss, dressmaker, bds 24 Main 

Frank M., emp L. Sanders Co., h 195 Hapgood n 
Goodman pi 

John D., clerk 406 Main, bds 24 do. 

Lee B., rem to Lowell 

Mead A., horseshoer emp 26 Island, h 8 Main 
Shattuck Parmea D., widow Henry A., h 445 Cottage 
Shaw Elbridge, rem to Barre 

Fannie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 195 Crescent 

Fernando W., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 225 Walnut 

Samuel S., blacksmith, h 243 Main 

Sarah A., widow Albert E., h 221 Main 
Shay J. J. Mrs., millinery 98 Exchange, rms 376 Main 
Shea Mary E. Miss, emp D. E. Adams, bds 103 Marble 
Sheard Frank, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 92 Fern 
Shearer George F., lumberman, h 560 Cottage 

Susan A., widow Thomas D., bds City Hotel 
Sheldon Austin D., h 139 Summer, A C 

Frank E., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 1823 Main,. 
AC 

Nellie S. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 138 S Main 

Wevburne B., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 139 Summer,. 
"A C 
Sheon Margaret J., widow John, h 260 Cottage 
Shepard Lydia H., widow Jacob, bds 19 Humphrev pi, 
AC 

Orwin 1ST., baker emp W. B. Hubblev, h 19 Humphrey 
pi, A C 



78 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Sliepardson Edmund C, foreman L. S. S. Co., h 122 Eiver- 
bend 
William J., rem to Zoar 
Sherbert Frank, emp Hill & Greene, bds Windsor House 
Sherman Carroll H., carpenter, bds 372 Unity av n Lake 
Ellery C, carpenter, li 372 Unity av n Lake 
— see Sharman 
Sherwood John H., rem to Orange 
Shields John, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 366 School 
Shipman J. N. Eev., pastor First Baptist Church, h 238 

Union 
Shrimpton Charles J. Eev., rector St. John's Episcopal 
Church, h 45 Park av c Allen, A C 
Helen F. Miss, music teacher, bds 45 Park av 
Louise A. Miss, artist, bds 45 Park av 
Shriver Ernest (The Cottager Co.) 566 South, li 94 Park, 

A C 
Shunnvay Eufus T. (Fay & Shumway) 1642 Main, A C, 

res Orange 
Sibley Allen F., h 1944 Main, A C 

Charles N., emp Warren, h 112 Canal 

Charles W., florist 477 Main, bds do. 

Charles Ware, emp Hill & Greene, h 132 Central, 

AC 
Emily M. Miss, h 186 Main 
Emma L. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 477 Main 
Ernest M., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 1944 Main, A C 
Fannie L. H., widow Nathan, dressmaker, h 41 Tre- 

mont, A C 
Harry A., hostler 42 Freedom, rms do. 
Luthera, widow Willard, h 477 Main 
Nathan C, bds 132 Central, A C 
Signor Geland, pianos and organs 369 Main, res Boston 
Silver Lake Cemeter}-, Monroe F. Gage sup't, 336 Silver 
Lake 
Lake Schools, Goodale c Silver Lake 
Simon Xavier, emp A. M. Co., bds 91 Canal 
Simonds F. Joseph, laborer, h 211 Chestnut Hill av 

Joseph, emp H. H. Eice, h South Athol 
Simord Francois, emp A. F. Tyler, bds 119 Crescent 

Francois Xavier, emp F. E. E. Co., h 94 Wellington 
Simpson Arthur W., machinist, h Columbian av c Lenox 
(Intervale) 
James, emp Pequoig House, bds do. 
Joseph II., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 24 Tyler 
Lucy A., widow George, bds Columbian av c Lenox 

(Intervale) 
Eobert J., foreman L. S. S. Co., h 317 Eiverbend 
Sinclair James IT., painter, h 54 Maple 
Singer Sowing Machine Co., William Knapton agent, 520 

Main 
Sisson Isabelle Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 166 Orange 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 79 

Sisson James, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 166 Orange 

Skerry Jennie E. Mrs., rem to Petersham 

Skinner John W., emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 53 Hamp- 

stead pi 
Sklynes August, emp Windsor House, bds do. 
Skupor Joseph, ass't cook Pequoig House, bds do. 
Slade Ora A., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Windsor House 
Slate Ernest L., rem to Cisco, 111. 

Hollis M., broker and real estate agent 466 Main, h 30 
Maple 

Minnie E. Miss, ass't postmaster, bds 122 Riverbend 

Sidney R., machinist, h 122 Riverbend 
Sleeper Walter 1L, machinist 69 Freedom, h off 33 Pine 
Sline James, laborer, bds 68 Leonard 
Sloan Jonathan W., h 236 Main 

Sly Merrick, farmer, h Twitchell road n White Pond road 
Smallidge Wilbur W., rem to Avon 
Smargonsky Isaac (Michelman & Co.) 424 Main, bds 18 

Mt. Pleasant 
Smart Esther H., widow James, h 227 High, A C 

Sarah A., widow Ira, bds 373 School 
Smith Adin H., h 489 Main 

Alavena A., widow Elisha M., h 8 Cottage 

Alexander E., rem to Boston 

Almond, foreman Ed son Fitch, h 71 Kennebunk, A C 

Amos, grocer New Sherborn road, Riceville, h do. 

Arthur L., emp H. M. Peckham, h 173 Prospect 

Asa, farmer, h N Orange road 

Charles, farmer, h Moore Hill road 

Charles E., dentist (3) Bank blk 386 Main c Ex- 
change, rms 371 Main 

Charles F., policeman, h 265 Beacon 

Charles H., brick laver, h 598 Hapgood 
SMITH CLIFF0RO H. stoves, tinware, plumber, etc. 1465 
Main, A C, h 1463 do.— See p 162 

Cora P., widow Samuel E., h 291 Riverbend 

Cornelius W. F., emp H. H. Rice, h South Athol 

C. Theodore M., emp L. Morse & Sons, h 69 Pleasant, 
AC 

Cyrus E., junk and furnace dealer 124 Pleasant, A C, 
hdo. 

Edward E., bds 265 Beacon 

Elizabeth Miss, bds 199 High, A C 

Emma C, widow George, dressmaker 438 School, h 
do. 

Erastus, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 59 Highland, A C 

Florel la R., widow Abner, bds 443 School 

Frank E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 212 Crescent 

Frank P., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 1217 Main, A C 

Fred E., farmer, h S Royalston road 

George B., emp Bates Bros., bds 230 Prospect 

George W., farmer, h Conant road 



80 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Smith Henry, rem to Petersham 

Horace C., dentist Webb's blk 419 Main, h 224 School 
H. Waldo, manager Metropolitan Stock Exchange 422 

Main, bds 489 do. 
James E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 25 Snnnyside 
J. Dwight, conductor B. & A. E. E., h S Athol road n 

railroad 
J. Dwight Jr.. machinist, bds S Athol road n railroad 
Jennie Mrs., h 1463 Main, A C 

John D., plumber emp Allen & Ward, h 149 Crescent 
Leander A., merchant tailor 498 Main, h 29 Union 
Leslie E., driver National Express Co., h 119 Pros- 
pect 
Loyell B., student, bds 106 Eidge av 
Malcolm, emp D. E. Adams, bds Highland pi 
Maria, widow Russell, h 304 Main 
Maria C. widow Gamaliel, bds 159 Walnut 
Martha IK, widow George W., h 438 School 
Martha E., widow Sumner T., h 106 Eiclge av 
Martin, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 227 Main 
Minnie L., widow Charles A., bds 1652 Main, A C 
Perley L., emp Bates Bros., bds 29 Union 
Rav L., ass't bookkeeper L. S. S. Co., rms 126 Main 
Sarah E., widow Alex E., h 1830 Main, A C 
Sidney P., lawyer 1462 Main, A G ,h 534 School 
Stephen L., rem to Boston 
William B., painter, bds r 1020 Main 
William B., rem to Springfield 
William B. T., student, bds 106 Ridge av 
William E., barber 128 Exchange c Main, h 113 Main 
William L., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 69 Pleasant, A C 
Wilson D., general manager Athol and Orange St. 
Railway Co., rms 126 Main 

Snow Clara Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 162 Main 
Gertrude Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 162 Main 
Henry E., engineer Goddard & Manning, h 83 Sanders 
Jane C, widow James M., tailoress emp W. F. Biddle, 

h 186 Main 
Joseph D., blacksmith Partridgeville, h do. 
William H., groceries, grain, etc. and postmaster 
South Athol, h do. 

Snyder David, laborer, h 349 South 

SOUTH PARK, Lord & Luey props., office Academy of 
Music blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 

Southard Gilbert, h 1169 Chestnut, A C 

Henry, bookkeeper H. H. Rice, S A, h 1169 Chest- 
nut, A C 

Southland Fred M., truckman, lumber, wood and coal 
dealer 2006 Main, A C, h do. 

Spaight Bridie S. Miss (Spaight Sisters) 449 Main, h 475 
do. 
Mary C. Miss (Spaight Sisters) 449 Main, h 475 do. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 81 

Spaight Sisters (Misses Mary C. and Birdie S. Spaight), 

fancy goods, hosiery, etc. 449 Main 
Spanlding Elbridge E., carpenter, h 215 High, A C 
Spear Abigail, widow Elisha, bds 98 Maple 

Albert G., lumber dealer 861 Main, h do. 

Anson H., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 883 Main 

Caleb T\, h 215 School 

Cora A. Miss, clerk, bds 584 South 

Inez 0. Miss, dressmaker 584 South, h do. 
Sperry Elizabeth P., widow Asa L., bds 119 Laurel 

Guy B., emp L. S. S. Co., bds Windsor House 
Spiller Frank C, emp Hill & Greene, h 1782 Main, A C 

Rebecca Mrs., h 105 Prospect 
Spooner Alfred E., blacksmith New Sherborn road, h do. 

George F., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 11 Market pi 

Ida C. Miss, bds 1900 Main, A C 

Rebecca, widow Amaziah, h New Sherborn road 
Sprague Franklin H., farmer, h Pleasant n Batchelder 
road, A C 

George A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 489 Main 

William, rem to Orange 

Winfield S., stone mason, bds 158 Hapgood 
Squires Susan E., widow David N., bds 646 Pequoig av 
Stackallborg Adolph F. Mrs., h Pleasant, A C 
Stafford Carrie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 52 Prospect 

Charles M., rem to Orange 
Standard Oil Co., Ellis S. Mitchell agent, 35 Carbon 
STANDARD TOOL CO- Athol Machine Co. selling agents, 

82 South— See front col'd p VII 
Stanton Annie, widow Thomas, h 131 Wellington 

Catherine, widow Peter, h Old Keene road n Miller 
road 

Edward, laborer, bds Old Keene road n Miller road 

James, laborer, bds Old Keene road n Miller road 

John, molder, bds Old Keene road n Miller road 

Thomas II., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 199 Cottage 

William, farmer, bds Old Keene road n Miller road 
Star Hose, No. 4, Engine House 204 Exchange 
Starr Hall, 409 Main 
Starrett Ernest R., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 145 School 

Frank E., emp L. S. S. Co., h 903 Main 

John W., trav. salesman L. S. S. Co., h 76 Prospect 

L. S. (The L. S. Starrett Co.) 40 Crescent, h 373 
School 
STARRETT L S. CO. THE, mfrs. machinists' tools 22 to 
70 Crescent n Main — See outside cover 

Preston H., emp L. S. S. Co., h 430 Main 
St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, 77 Park av c 

Allen 
Steamer Athol, No. 2, Engine House Pleasant n Main, A C 

Pequoig, No. 1, Engine House 208 Exchange 
Stearns Oscar F., veterinary surgeon 189 Marble, rms do. 

6 



82 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Stebbins Anna L. Mrs., music teacher, bds 215 School 

Betsey L. Mrs., bds 144? Main, A C 
Steere Harriet M., widow M. J., bds 224 School 
Stevens Arthur W., clerk 0. T. Brooks & Co., h 1800 Main, 
AC 
Charles, machinist emp Edson Fitch, h 171 Pleasant, 

AC 
Emily E., widow Reuben, h 234 Kennebunk, A C 
Frederick A., clerk 1586 Main, A C, bds Templeton 

road, do. 
George W. (George W. Stevens & Co.) 1586 Main, A 

C, h Templeton road, do. 
George W. & Co. (George W. Stevens) grocers Union 

blk 1586 Main, A C 
Henry W., emp A. F. Tyler, h 234 Kennebunk, A C 
Levi E., teamster, h Pinedale av n Twitchell (Inter- 
vale) 
Stewart Obadiah B., rem to Worcester 

Thomas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 211 Freedom 
— see Stuart 
Stiles Albert R., clerk 572 South, bds 585 Main 

Ella F. Mrs., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 387 Main 
Stinchfield Frank H., laborer, h 124 Cottage 

Frank Jr., rem to Boston 
Stivits Paul, emp Pequoig House, bds do. 
St. John's Episcopal Church, 409 School c Park av 
Stockwell Elizabeth Miss, cashier 406 Main, bds 168 Wal- 
nut 
Elwin L., rem to Winsted, Conn. 
George, farmer, h Petersham road n town line 
Harry L., clerk A. Clothing Co., h 210 Main 
Lucy A. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 168 Walnut 
Lula Miss, rem to Rowe 
Lydia A., widow Anan, h 265 Main 
Mary E. Miss, h 168 Walnut 
Minnie J. Miss, teacher, bds 168 Walnut 
Ruth B., widow Cyrus, h Petersham road n town line 
Stillman, farmer, h Petersham road n town line 
Sylvester J., foreman C. M. L. Sons, h 168 Walnut 
Winfield S., emp C. F. Richardson & Son, h 194 Drury 
av 
StockwelFs Block, 461 to 469 Main 
Stoddard Elmer A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 384 Crescent 
Harry S., emp H. H. Rice, h White Pond road 
Zenas S., emp H. H. Rice, h White Pond road 
Stohofsky Stanley, rem to Boston 

Stone Charles 0., clerk 0. T. Brooks & Co., h 136 New- 
ton 
Charles 0., mfr. eave troughs, pumps, ladders, etc. 

303 Exchange, res Gardner 
Channcev, laborer, h 276 Pleasant, A C 
Edward M., emp L. S. S. Co., h 59 Church 



ATI10L DIRECTORY. 83 

Stone Emery M., teamster emp F. M. Southland, h 59 
Estabrook, A C 
Everett C, emp J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 127 Kelton, 

A C 
George M., h 148 Bliss, A C 
H. Edward, milk peddler, h 1302 Main, A C 
Ralph S., milk dealer, h 9 Tunnel 
Samuel M., farmer, h 313 Pleasant, A C 
William, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 1139 Chestnut, A C 
Stowell Edd, A., painter, rms 387 Main 
Erancis C, farmer, h Pleasant, A C 
Ered A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 212 Walnut 
Henry R. (Stowell & Worrick) Tully, h 309 School 
Myrtie Miss, clerk C. M. L. Sons, bds 212 Walnut 
Strachan Alexander, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 480 Crescent 

John, emp Edson Fitch, bds 220 Park, A <3 
Strange Mary A. Miss, rem to Springfield 
Stratton A. F. & Co. (Arlington E. Stratton), coal dealers 
525 South 
Amos T., h 196 Main 
Arlington F. (A. F. Stratton & Co.) 525 South, bds 

126 Main 
Bros. & Co. (Frank R. Stratton, Henry W. Stratton 
and Albert C. Crawford), lumber dealers, box 
mfrs., planing mills Railroad pi n depot 
Charles H., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 365 Crescent 
Frank R. (Stratton Bros. & Co.) Railroad pi, h 1868 

Main, A C 
Fred A., emp L. S. S. Co., h 126 Main 
Henry W. (Stratton Bros. & Co.) Railroad pi, h 192 

Green, A C 
Josiah Henry, h 1783 Main, A C 
Laura M. Miss, h 1848 Main, A C 
Luna K. Miss, bookkeeper Stratton Bros. & Co., bds 

192 Green, A C 
Lydia H., widow Jabez, bds 215 High, A C 
Mary A. Miss, dressmaker 196 Main, bds do. 
Myra A. Miss, bds 196 Main 
Myron A., lumber dealer 73 Wellington, h do. 
Stuart John, teamster, h 239 Crescent 
Sturtevant George 0., engineer C. M. L. Sons, h 44 Tyler 
Sullivan Bridget Miss, rem to Orange 

Cornelius L., emp L. S. S. Co., rms 538 South 
Ellen, widow John, h 198 Canal 
Eugene, laborer, h 516 Silver Lake 
James, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 44 Leonard 
John, laborer, h 207 Chestnut Hill av 
Margaret, widow James, bds 60 Fish 
Mary Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 163 S Main 
Michael J., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 198 Canal 
William J., emp Keene, K H., bds 198 Canal 



84 ATHOL D1KECTORY. 

SUMMIT HOUSE, Frank B. Kendrick prop., 1503 Main, 

A C, h do. — See p 171 
Sunderland Thomas H., emp A. M. Co., h 55 Lumber 
SUNNYSIDE HOUSE, Mrs. S. L. Metcalf prop., 460 

South — See p 172 
Sutherland Hugh, carpenter, rms 52 Prospect 

James, market gardener 202 S Main, h 192 do. 
SUTHERLAND JAMES JR. florist 202 S Main, h 192 do. 
— See p 163 
James B., emp James Sutherland, bds 192 S Main 
Margaret Miss, clerk 379 Main, rms 325 do. 
Sutton George J., foreman W. West Chronicle, h Peter- 
sham road 
Silas W. Rev., pastor First Unitarian Church, h 210 

Pleasant, A C 
William W., farmer, bds Petersham road 
Swan Aurin, clerk 1626 Main, A C, h 82 Kennebunk, do. 
A. W., rem to Winchester, N. H. 
Chauncey B., emp Starr Lee, h 60 Main 
Everett L., emp John Swan, Mt. Pleasant bey ceme- 
tery, bds do. 
John, farmer, h Mt. Pleasant bey cemetery 
Lottie Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 227 School 
Nelson C, emp L. S. S. Co., bds 60 Main 
Willard A., rem to New York state 
William L., meat market 91 Exchange, h 161 School 
Sweeney Michael, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 692 Crescent 

Thomas H., mason, bds 692 Crescent 
Sweet Allen B., emp L. S. S. Co., bds 375 Pequoig av 
Frank, mechanic, bds 532 Cottage 
Joseph, laborer, h 532 Cottage 
Louisa, widow Peter, bds 532 Cottage 
Lucretia A., widow John, h 442 School 
Sweezey Adolphus, emp Hill & Greene, bds Sanders bel 
Smith 
Alice, widow Robert, bds 210 Main 
Artemas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Sanders bel Smith 
George, h Sanders bel Smith 
Robert J., carpenter, h 73 Tremont, A C 
William A., rem to New Salem 
SWIFT PARKE B. teller Millers River National Bank 
and insurance agent, h 63 Hampstead pi — See 
front cover 
Sykes Nina Mrs., rem to New York city 
Sylvester Elmer, farmer, h White Pond road 

Ruthetta M. Miss, stenographer The Cottager Co., 
bds 834 Pleasant 

TABER RODERICK A., cigar store 468 Mam, res Brock- 
ton 

Taft Charles E.. emp L. Morse & Sons, h 100 Bears Den 
road, A C 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 85 

Taft Clara Belle Miss, rem to Middletown, Conn. 

George C, farmer, h Royalston road n Gulf road 
Talbot William, umbrella mender, rms 19 Essex 
Talbott Edward, emp Eagleville, h Partridgeville 
Tandy Charles F., canvasser, h 447 Main 

Eugene C, clerk, bds 194 Drury av 

Wilbert C, clerk 437 Main, bds 447 do. 
Tatro Abraham, laborer, h 119 Crescent 

Frank, foreman Bennett & Van Valkenburg, h Roy- 
alston road 

George L., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 90 Tremont, A C 

Joseph A., rem to North Adams 
Taylor Arthur J., bds 56 High 

Samuel, emp Hill & Greene, h 56 High 
Tellia Dolphis, emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 733 Crescent 

Joseph, teamster, h 23 Fletcher pi 

William H., weaver W r . H. KaurTman, h Fryville 
Temperance Hall, 39 Exchange 
Temple Edwin C, rem to Jacksonville, Yt. 

Harriet, widow Cheney, bds Petersham road n towu 
line 

John M., grocer 443 Main, h 93 Union 
Tenney Mabel Miss, emp 80 Maple, bds do. 
Terry Arthur B., laborer, bds Swanzey c Fairview av 

Charles, farm hand, h Partridgeville 

Ellen M. Mrs., h Adams pi 

John A., lumber dealer Swanzey c Fairview av, h 
do. 
Thatcher Albert J., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 383 Main 

Ernest C, clerk Bates Bros., bds 383 Main 

Lucy A. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 248 Walnut 
Thayer Andrew J., h 172 Prospect 

Henry R., physician 1249 Chestnut n Main, A C, 
h do. 

Henry S., foreman A. F. Tyler, h 172 Prospect 

Herbert D., rem to Amherst 

Sidney H., farmer, h White Pond road n South Athol 
THE HEALTHY HOME, W. H. Brock & Co. publishers, 

monthly paper, office 566 South — See p 155 
THOMAS CHARLES A. watchmaker and jeweler 467 
Main, h 208 Prospect— See p 160 

Eudora, widow William F., h 243 Riverbend 

Ezra I., watchmaker emp 467 Main, bds 208 Prospect 

Francis R., h 62 Summer, A C 

Herbert, rem to Boston 
Thompson George K., emp L. Morse & Sons, bds 1826 
Main, A C 

Henry A., farmer, h Royalston road 

Jennie Mrs., emp Windsor House, rms 387 Main 

Loren J., farmer, bds Royalston road 

Mary A. Mrs., emp 98 Newton, bds do. 

Sarah J., widow George B., h 61 Estabrook, A C 



86 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Thorburn Edward B., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 52 Marble 
Thorpe Ellen M. Miss, h 312 Main 
Frederick F., bds 312 Main 

Henry E., janitor Main Street School, bds 312 Main 
Thrower Abram L., farmer, h 252 South 

Richard E., emp L. Sanders Co., h 1154 Chestnut, A 

C 
William L., fish and oysters 1799 Main, A C, h do. 
William N., laborer, bds oft' S Athol road 
Tmkham Albert E., emp L. S. S. Co., h Pleasant n Batch- 
elder road, A C 
Tisdale William L., general sec. Y. M. C. A., h Lake c 

Wallingford av 
Titus Charles, emp E. Fitch, bds 655 Hapgood 

Edward A., emp Hill & Greene, h 75 Congress 
TITUS JOSEPH A. lawyer and notary public 466 Main, 

rms 297 do. — See p 158 
Todd Henry E., laborer, h 370 South 

Hiram W., laborer, h 120 Freedom 
Tolman Anson R., engineer A. W. Co., bds Petersham road 
n Templeton road, A C 
Betsey H., widow George, bds 302 Wallingford av 
Charles A., carpenter, h 7 High 
TOLMAN GEORGE A. carpenter, builder and lumber 
dealer 57 Church, h do. — See p 167 
George H., painter, h 302 Wallingford av 
Joshua, engineer L. Morse & Sons, bds 1848 Main, 
AC 
TOLMAN LEON C. dentist Parmenter's blk 387 Main, bds 
245 School— See p 159 
Lorenzo F., h 245 School 
TOLMAN WARREN T. expressman and truckman 152 
Walnut, h do.— See p 170 
William F., emp W. T. Tolman, h 151 Walnut 
Zilphia, widow Adin, bds 18 Charles pi 
Tomaschaski Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 211 Free- 
dom 
Tompkins Henry R., rem to Newton 
Tomulinis John, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds Sanders av c 

Smith 
Tooley Matilda J., widow John, h 1875 Main, A C 
Toombs Joseph H., emp C. F. Richardson & Son, bds 103 

Kennebunk, A C 
Toomey Ellen, widow William, h 233 Freedom 

James F., conductor B. & M. R. R., bds 233 Freedom 
John H., engineer J. W. Goodman's Sons, h 192 Free- 
dom 
Topping Frank S., emp H. Hager, rms 371 Main 
Totman Amos A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 216 Prospect 

Clarence E., plumber emp Allen & Ward, h 375 Ex- 
change 
George E., emp Eagle Furniture Co., h 44 Tyler 



ATHOL DIKECTOKY. 87 

Totman Isaac F., emp Orange Furniture Co., li White 
Pond road 
John E., farmer, h White Pond road 
Tourtelotte Frank L., clerk 479 Main, h 27 Parmenter 
Tourville Henry 0., boots and shoes 440 Main, rms 538 

South 
TOWER ALBERT R. dry and fancy goods, etc. 379 Main, 
h 142 High— See front col'd p VI 
Samuel S., pres. Millers Biver Mfg. Co., bds 142 
High 
Town Hall, 1307 Main opp Green, A C 
Townsend George A., foreman Hill & Greene, bds 26 
Humphrey pi, A C 
Harlan P., teacher, h 102 Liberty, A C 
Sarah H., widow Charles A., h 199 High, A C 
Townsley Dan C, shoemaker, S A, bds White Pond road n 
do. 
Frederick E., emp William Hackett, bds South Athol 
Towse William, locomotive fireman, h 252 South 
Transcript Block, 18 to 26 Exchange 
Trask William A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 243 Main 

William H., teamster, h 1662 Main, A C 
Tribelhorn John, emp Goddard & Manning, h 671 Hap- 
good 
Trombly Henry, emp M. E. Mfg. Co., h 128 Silver Lake 
Trottier George, emp E. Fitch, h 862 Main 
Truhart Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 120 Freedom 

Paul, laborer, bds 5 Linden Park 
Tucker John S., emp Wendell, h 1758 Main, A C 
Tufts Alvin W., rem to New Jersey 

Tully Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2, engine house 210 Ex- 
change 
Turner Alonzo L., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 17 Pine 
Belle E. Mrs., h 1447 Main, A C 
Frank E., emp C. M. L. Sons, (Marsh & Turner), bds 

54 Green, A C 
Fred Mrs., bds 9 Tunnel 
Frederick A., clerk 406 Main, rms 387 do. 
Isa M. Miss, forewoman C. M. L. Sons, rms 371 Main 
Jennie E. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 371 Main 
William N., emp G. S. Brewer, h 102 Liberty, A C 
Twichell B. A. & Bro. (Benjamin A. and James V. 
Twichell), florists r 164 Crescent 
Benjamin A.'(B. A. Twichell & Bro.) 164 Crescent, 

bds do. 
Benjamin M., carpenter, h 164 Crescent 
Edward L., painter and paper hanger 40 Eiverbend, h 

do. 
Elbridge C, rem to South Boyalston 
James V. (B. A. Twichell & Bro.) 164 Crescent, bds 

do. 
Lucy D., widow Jonas, bds 73 Green, A C 



88 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Twitchell Marshall C, bds 164 Crescent 

Phebe Miss, h Gulf road 

Nancy D. Miss, h 1899 Main, A C 

William A., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., h 639 Crescent 
Twohig Emma Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 69 S Main 

Katie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 69 S Main 

Maggie Miss, emp Bates Bros., h 69 S Main 

Nora Miss, h 69 S Main 
Tyler Albert H. M., emp Goddard & Manning, h 570 Cot- 
tage 

Albert W. (A. W. Tyler & Co.) 572 South opp depot, 
h 599 Main 

Albert W., laborer, h 66 Tyler 

Arthur E., mason, bds 66 Beach, A C 
TYLER ARTHUR F. mfr. doors, sash, blinds, window 
frames and glazed windows 900 Main, h 1179 do. 
— See front col'd p II 

A. W. & Co. (Albert W. Tyler), coal dealers 572 South 
TYLER CHARLES H. grocer 621 Main, h 43 Cottage- 
See p 166 

Edward L., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 1217 Main, A C 

E. Warren, clerk 621 Main, bds 43 Cottage 

Mary J., widow George B., h 66 Beach, A C 

Pitts C, h 585 Main' 
Tyler's Hall, 578 South 

UNDERWOOD GEORGE P., livery stable and prop. 
North Orange Stage line 1190 Chestnut n Com- 
mon, A C, h 1184 do. 

Melvin, upholsterer and auctioneer 42 Smith pi, h do. 

Melvin Mrs., dressmaker 42 Smith pi, h do. 

Sylvester T., shoemaker, h 1660 Main, A C 
Union Block, 1574 to 1588 Main, A C 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, Pleasant n Main, A C 
Universal Exchange, Charles A. Hall prop., 20 Exchange 
Upham David W., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 88 Ridge av 

Elmer B., clerk 621 Main, h 88 Ridge av 

George R., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 172 Cottage . 

Joseph B., h 169 Hi^h, A C 
Upton Emily, widow Hiram W., h 128 Walnut 

Nellie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 371 Main 

Seth H., rem to Boston 
Urban Emily, widow Louis, h 131 S Main 

VAILE JOHN, rem to Westboro 

YanOrden Eben M., foreman Hill & Greene, h 21 Walling- 

ford av 
Van Valkenburg George M. Mrs., rem to Greenfield 

Levi S. (Bennett & Van Valkenburg) 95 Crescent, h 

257 do. 
Vaughn Clarence E., farm hand, bds Petersham road n 

sclioolhouse 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 89 

Vaughn Collis W., milk dealer Petersham road n school- 
house, h do. 
Venette Delward, laborer, bds 75 South 

Henry, laborer, bds 75 South 

Homer, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 75 South 

James, laborer, h 450 Chestnut 

John, laborer, h 75 South 

Peter, laborer, h 75 South 

Samuel, laborer, bds 450 Chestnut 

Suplin, laborer, bds 75 South 
Venter Joseph Placide, laborer, bds S Athol road 
Vincent George D., emp A. M. Co., h 94 Wellington 

George W., rem to Orange 

Roy H., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 119 Laurel 
Vineca George E., laborer, h 40 Highland, A C 
Vorce Sumner S., laborer, h 11 Market pi 
Vose Alice and Hattie Misses, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 28 
Traverse 

WADE ABNER M., printer emp 530 South, h 198 Cres- 
cent 

Angeline, widow Ransom, bds Lake n Wallingford av 

Fred, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 66 Maple 
WADE J. L. & CO. (John L. Wade), printers and pub- 
lishers 530 South — See outside cover 

John L. (J. L. Wade & Co.) 530 South, h Lake n Wal- 
lingford av 

Willard W., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 64 Maple 
Wadluga Michael, emp G. W. Randall, bds Templeton road 
Wadsworth Charles, clerk, h 1380 Main, A C 
Wagner George F., cook City Hotel, bds do. 
W T aite Joseph E., station agent F. R. R., h 105 Main 
Walden Dora E. Mrs., bds 119 Laurel 
Walker Alonzo V., rem to Connecticut 

Eric D., carpenter, h 25 Congress 

Grace Miss, rem to Greenfield 
Wall Julia Mrs., h 197 South n Canal 

Walter, emp Hill & Greene, bds 197 South 
Wallace Abbie J., widow Samuel M., rem to Greenfield 

Ellen L. Mrs., seamstress, rms 31 Freedom 

Robert, farmer, h Royalston road ab Townsend road 
Walling J. Warren, artist 369 Main 

M. E. J., artist 369 Main 
Wallwork James J., glazier emp A. F. Tyler, h 1037 Main 
Walton Lucy E., widow George J., bds White Pond road 
Ward Ansel T. (Allen & Ward) 33 Exchange, h 10 Fish 

Betsey, widow Jonathan P., h 399 Cottage 

Converse, druggist Lee's blk 407 Main c Exchange, h 
49 Church 

District Schoolhouse, Templeton road c S Royalston 
road 

Edwin D., laborer, h 186 Spring, A C 



90 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Ward Elmer, emp C. D. Davis, h Harvard av bel Smith 

Flora Mrs., bds 560 South 

Francis S., h 159 Park, A C 

George A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 680 Hapgood 

Hattie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 399 Cottage 

Henry F., teamster, h 31 Dunbar pi 

Herbert W., emp Bates Bros., bds 211 Kelton, A C 

Jonathan I)., extracts and perfumes 211 Kelton, 
A C, h do. 

Josiah P., janitor M. E. Church, bds 10 Fish 

Leonard W., rms 351 Chestnut Hill av 

L. Luana, widow Harrison, h 1911 Main, A C 

Martha H., widow John S., h 87 Pleasant, A C 

Sarah E., widow Franklin, h 235 Beacon 

Sarah S., widow A. A., h 592 South 

Scott, sup't of schools, h 1128 Main 

Virgil C, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Templeton road 

Willard N"., meat market Pleasant bey New Sherborn 
road, h do. 

Willard W\, bartender Commercial House, bds 592 
South 

William C, bds 211 Kelton, A C 

William L., farmer, h Ward road n Templeton road 
AYare Charles, emp Wm. Hackett, bds South Athol 
Warner Frank R., mechanic, h 59 Park, A C 

William, farm hand, bds Pleasant, A C 

William H., bds 66 Beach, A C 

Winnifred F. Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 59 Park,. 
AC 
Warren Prescott, rem to Cambridge 

Thomas J., emp 458 South, rms City Hotel 
Washburn George F., bds 82 Summer, A C 

Henry, farmer, h Templeton road n Garfield road 

Maria W., widow William, h 1806 Main, A C 

Nancy M., widow Benjamin, h 82 Summer, A C 
Waterman Florence W., widow Charles A. J., h 192 Bea- 
con 

Hattie May Miss, emp Chronicle office, bds 19 Me- 
chanic, A C 

James, bds 391 Vine, A C 

Marshall B., emp L. S. S. Co., h 594 Main 
WATERMAN R. WILLIAM, prop. Worcester West Chron- 
icle, Chronicle blk 522 and 524 Main, h 19 Me- 
chanic, A C — See p 153 
Waters Edwin L., farmer, h off New Sherborn road 
Weaver Horace PL, fruit dealer, h 57 D 
Webb's Block, 417 to 437 Main 
Weeks Ellen, widow Seneca, h 35 Riverbend 

William E., emp Goddard & Manning, h 415 Hap- 
good 
Welch Daniel, emp L. Sanders Co., h 638 Pequoig av 

John, rem to South Gardner 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 91 

Welch Mary K., widow William, h 32 Leonard 

Thomas L., emp H. Hager, bcls 638 Pequoig av 
Wellington Henry F v emp 580 South, h 370 Main 
Wellman L. Merrill (Wellman & Blake) 40 Island, h 49 

Central, A C 
& Blake (L. M. Wellman and John C. Blake), marble 

and granite dealers 40 Island 
Wells Cyrus A., laborer, bds 570 Cottage 

John P. B., sec. Athol Machine Co., h 470 Exchange 
Welsh John J., rem to Gardner 
West Ann M., widow Charles O., h 298 School 

George F., treas. Athol Water Co. 166 Exchange, res 

Portland, Me. 
George W., clerk A. Water Co., h 241 Union 
Grace Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 298 School 
Warren G., sup't A. Water Co. 166 Exchange, h 232 

Pequoig av 
Western Union Telegraph Co.,Miss Z. E. Carter manager, 

Union depot and Pequoig House 
Wetherbee Alfred R., bds New Sherborn road n Conant 

road 
Anna S. Mrs., bds 486 Chestnut Hill av 
Benjamin R., mason, h 35 Riverbend 
Charles, emp J. Rivers, bds 5 Linden Park 
Emily A., widow Silas, h 430 Exchange 
Jennie Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 430 Exchange 
John P., mason, h Pleasant, A C 

Kate Miss, forewoman C. M. L. Sons, bds 430 Ex- 
change 
Maxon R., carpenter, h New Sherborn road n Conant 

road 
Samuel C, mason, h 89 Kelton, A C 
Wetmore George P., emp L. S. S. Co., h 302 Wallingford 

av 
Wheeler A din A., carpenter, h 194 Canal n Main 

Asa P., painter and paper hanger 1619 Main, A C, h 

105 Central, do. 
Augustin J., emp M. R. Mfg. Co., bds 480 Crescent 
Charles A., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 68 Hampstead pi 
Edward T., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 159 Brattle 
Ellen A. Mrs., bds 563 School 
Elliott A. Mrs., h 835 Main 
Estella A., widow Charles M., rem to Boston 
Fred P., rem to Derby Depot, N. H. 
Louisa, widow Jeremiah B., bds 220 Park, A C 
Oren S., clairvoyant and magnetic physician Summit 

House, A C, bds do. 
Sarah M. Miss, compositor Athol Transcript, rms 16 

Exchange 
Sewell, farmer, h Pleasant n New Sherborn road, 

AC 



92 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Wheeler S. Weston, prop. Westbrook Farm, Old Orange 
road, h do. 

\\ T illiam K., clerk A. Clothing Co., bds 68 Hamp- 
stead pi 
Whipple Cornelia A., widow Jacob S., bds 65 Fletcher 
Patience, widow Hollis, bds 300 School 
Eoswell L., emp Bates Bros., h 861 Main 
Whi taker Frank C, emp L. Morse & Son, h 1911 Main, 
A C 
Horace W., h 996 Pleasant, A C 
James, emp M. E. Mfg. Co., bds 166 Orange 
Laura Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 61 Prospect 
Wilbert C, rem to Essex 
Whitcomb Byron J., carpenter, bds 466 Main 

James F. (Frost & Whitcomb) 34 Grove, A C, h 51 
Summer, do. 
White Albert, emp C. L. Morse, bds Pinedale av (Inter- 
vale) 
Asaph M., h 15 Hampstead pi 

Ernest H., emp Goddard & Manning, h 393 Hapgood 
Ceorge W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 451 Hapgood 
Herbert J., rem to Brookline 

John W., carriage mfr. South c Freedom, h 182 Har- 
rison n Freedom 
Joseph W., grocer 361 Main, h 53 Traverse 
Walter L., emp Goddard & Manning, bds 15 Hamp- 
stead pi 
William, emp L. S. S. Co., h 1 Cooke pi 
Whitman William F., clairvoyant physician 2298 Main opp 

Fair grounds, A C, h do. 
Whitmore Stephen E., clerk 443 Main, h 234 do. 
"Whitney Almira G., widow Lemuel, bds Pleasant, A C 
Artcmas H., laborer, h 61 Mt. Pleasant 
Frances L. Miss, emp L. A. Smith, h 351 Chestnut 

Hill av 
Francis W., farmer, h Eoyalston road ab Town send 

road 
Frank L., mechanic, bds 143 Cottage 
Ceorge A., surveyor, bds 33 Bears Den road, A C 
George Alfred, emp Bates Bros., bds S Athol road bel 

Fairview av 
George W., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 61 Mt. Pleasant 
Gilbert H., carpenter and saw filer 143 Cottage, h do. 
Joseph A., h 33 Bears Den road, A C 
Josiah C, laborer, h 11 Market pi 
Levi IT., h 98 Newton 

Louise A., widow Charles L., rem to North Adams 
Mary A., widow William K., h 42 Prospect 
Enfus E., bds Eoyalston road ab Townsend road 
Sarah, widow William, bds Sanders bel Smith 
Walter L., stationer, news room, bicycle agent, etc. 
Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange, h 225 Wal- 
Liigford av 



ATHOL DIKECTOKY. 93 

Whitney Westland T., laborer, bds 11 Market pi 
Whittaker James, 5 and 10 cent store 505 Main, h 205 

Pequoig av 
Whittemore Adelaide P. Mrs., rem to New Hampshire 

Mary Mrs., bds 185 Cottage 

Warren, rem to Eoyalston 
WHITTEMORE WILLIAM B. prop. Athol Steam Laundry 
355 Main n Exchange, h 248 Walnut— See p 161 
Whitworth Charles B., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 883 Main 
Wichland John, rem to Keene, N. H. 
Wiggins Alice J. Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 157 Spring, 
A C 

Henry A., rem to Orange 

Julius, rem to North Adams 

Wallace W., rem to North Adams 

William S., emp Hill & Greene, h 157 Spring, A C 

W. W. Mrs., rem to North Adams 
Wight Adolphus C, tinsmith emp 580 South, h 149 Pros- 
pect 

Charles W., emp L. S. S. Co., h 246 School 

George A., ins. canvasser, bds 149 Prospect 
Wilbur Frank E., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 133 Estabrook, 
A C 

Sarah E., widow Hollis, h 133 Estabrook, A C 
Wilcox Christina, widow Samuel, housekeeper Chestnut c 
Fairview av 

Ezra C, manager 385 Main, rms do. 

S., variety store 385 Main, res Brattleboro, Vt. 
AVilder Edgar L., policeman, h Wilder, A C 
Wiley Albert, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 560 South 

Frank A., laborer, bds Elizabeth n Sanders 

Ira L., farmer, h Paine Swamp road 

Julia H., widow Jackson, h Elizabeth n Sanders 
Wilkey George M., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 582 Cottage 
Wilkinson Fred H., emp Bates Bros., h 217 Walnut 

John E., engineer Bates Bros., h 122 S Main 
Willard Charles W., emp E. Moore, h 119 Liberty, A C 

Clara Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 488 Main 

Julia, widow Jacob, bds 214 Pequoig av 

Margaret Miss, teacher Lake Park School, bds 131 
Central 
Willey Fred S. (Logan & Willey) 406 Main, h 80 Maple 

George W., h 158 Walnut 
Williams Albert E., piano tuner 373 Main, res Fitchburg 

Annie, widow John, bds 143 S Main 

Charles L., emp E. Fitch, bds 1551 Main, A C 

Edmund F., farmer, h South Athol 

Emma Miss, nurse, bds 162 Main 

Harriet M., widow John H., h 49 Central, A C 

Hattie M. Miss, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 49 Central, 
AC 

Louensa E,, widow Emory, h Williams pi, A C 



94 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Williams Lyman, carpnter, li 390 Exchange 

Martha A., widow Putnam, h 132 Grove, A C 

Mary J., widow Paul, h 162 Main 

Roscoe C, rem to Holyoke 
Willis James M., farmer, bds Old Keen road ab Willis road 

Willard ¥., farmer, h Old Keene road ab Willis road 

William, farmer, h Templeton road 
Williston Addie Mrs., rem to Burlington, Vt. 
WILSON ALBERT J. billiards and pool room 456 Main, 
rms do. — See p 172 

Charles, rem to Boston 

Cornelius W., expressman 33 Exchange, h 1040 Main 

Edgar V., lawyer (12) Bank blk 386 Main c Ex- 
change, h 324 do. 

Elizabeth, widow Erederick, h 96 S Main 

Erederick E., rem to Orange 

George W., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 18 Charles pi 

Sarah J., widow Myron W., h 24 Tyler 

William, stonemason, h 92 Fern 
Winant Harriet, widow Mark, bds 42 Smith pi 
Winchelowitz Anton, emp Orange, bds off 17 Hamlet 
WINDSOR HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 32 and 34 Ex- 
change — See p 171 
Wing Frank E. (L. S. Starrett Co.) 40 Crescent, rms 246 

School 
Winn Bert, emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 90 Canal 

Joseph H., emp Hill & Greene, h 60 Tyler 

Sarah Miss, housekeeper 122 Riverbend 
Winnemus Peter, chef Pequoig House 416 Main, bds do. 
Winslow George G., emp C. M. L. Sons, h Pleasant bey 

New Sherborn road 
Winsor Ann M., widow Samuel A., h 2034 Main, A C 
Witt Adam, emp F. W. Gleason, bds 45 South 

John, rem to Phillipston 
Woffenden Carrie Miss, emp Bates Bros., bds 52 Prospect 
Wold Carl, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Royalston road c Old 

Keene road 
Wong Charlie, Chinese laundry 1607 Main, A C 
Wood Almon B., emp E. Moore, h 40 Central, A C 

Almon B. Mrs., dressmaker 40 Central, A C, h do. 

Arthur H., emp H. H. Rice, bds South Athol 

Azubah, widow Samuel 1ST., h 34 Pine 

Bertha J. Miss, stenographer, bds 1729 Main, A C 

Caroline R., widow John C, h 1770 Main, A C 

Carrie L. Miss, rem to Leominster 

Charles L., meat market 9 Market pi, h 259 Crescent 

Cyrus K., farmer and milk dealer 738 Pleasant, A C, 
h do. 

Elsie Miss, emp Bates Bros., rms 8 Cottage 

Ethel L. M. Miss, clerk 180 Exchange, bds 50 Ridge 

av 
George IL, rem to Holyoke 






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Wood Herbert W., emp C. M. L. Sons, rms 371 Main 
Irving L., emp L. S. S. Co., h 284 School 
John E., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 1729 Main, A C 
Joseph, emp C. M. L. Sons, h Chestnut c Cottage 
Joseph E., tinsmith emp Frost & Whitcomb, h 71 

Pleasant, A C 
Mabel Miss, dressmaker, rms 590 Main 
William E., rem to Greenfield 
— see Brisbois 

Woodbury George E., carpenter, h 66 Maple 

Woodcock Addie E., widow Lyman, h 815 Main 
Elmer T., emp Horace Hager, h 994 Main 

Woodis Alden S., emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 249 Hapgood 
J. Henry, trav. salesman, bds 1037 Main 
John E., sewing machine agent, h Pleasant c Batch- 
elder road, A C 
Sarah, widow Willard, h 1037 Main, A C - 
William J., painter, h 55 Grove, A C 

Woods Jane M. Miss, bds 143 Cottage 

Woodward Charles W., carpenter, h 10 Exchange 

Frank C, carpenter and builder 73 Traverse, h do. 

Frank 0., carpenter, bds 73 Traverse 

George W., policeman, h 42 Traverse 

George W. Mrs., florist 42 Traverse, h do. 

J. Henry, emp C. M. L. Sons, h 263 Eiverbend 

Worcester Northwest Agr. Society, Fair Ground, Main n 
Templeton road 

WORCESTER WEST CHRONICLE, B. William Water- 
man prop., Chronicle blk 522 and 524 Main — See 
p 153 

Work Manly, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 414 Wallingford av 

Worrell Henry H., emp C. M. L. Sons, h 72 Highland, 
AC 
Thomas, emp C. M. L. Sons, bds 55 Grove, A C 

Worrick Amos A., emp Hill & Greene, h 133 Pleasant, 
AC 
Charles E., clerk A. F. Tyler, bds 98 Drury av 
Dorothy, widow Philbrook, h 102 Prospect 
Emmett L., sup't A. F. Tyler, h 98 Drury av 
Fred S., emp L. S. S. Co., h 102 Prospect 
Lucien F., emp L. S. S. Co., h 64 Orange 
Silas M., h 58 Eiverbend 

Worster George 1L, emp Hill & Greene, h 52 Summer, 
A C 

Wright Albert H., carpenter, h Sanders av bel Smith 
Henry E.. rem to Keene, N. H. 
Tra A., farmer, h Brick Yard road 
James C, carpenter, bds 7 High 
Martha T. Miss, emp Hill & Greene, bds 242 Park, 
A C 

Wyatt Charles H., painter, h 103 Kennebunk, A C 



96 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Wyman Charles G., carpenter, bds 1623 Main, A C 
Sarah M., widow Francis, h 41 Park, A C 
Silas, salesman, bds Exchange Street House 

YOUNG ANGUS, rem to Wendell 

Charles 0., watchman E. Fitch, h 86 High 
Everett E., emp A. F. Tyler, bds 86 High 
Frederick, peddler, bds 86 High 
Hiram R., emp Eagle Furniture Co., h 1217 Main, 

AC 
Kenneth, emp C. M. L. Sons, h S Athol road n Fair- 
view av 
Men's Christian Association, 216 Exchange 

ZIEHLKE MARTIN, rem to New York 
Zimaris Joe, laborer, bds 45 South 



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AGRICULTURAL TOOLS. 
Cragin George H., 989 Pleasant, A C 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove, A C— See p 162 
LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., inc., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 

APOTHECARIES. 
ARSENAULT HENRY, 444 Main— See p 160 
Burton William A., 501 Main 
HOBBS WILLIAM, Coolidge blk 611 Main— See front 

col'd p VIII 
HUMPHREY HENRY M., 1485 Main, A C— See inside 

front cover 
LORD FRED W., Webb's blk 427 Main n Exchange— See 

outside cover 
Ward Converse, Lee's blk 407 Main c Exchange 

ARCHITECT. 
BRIDGE LUCIUS L., (5) Bank blk 386 Main— See in- 
side front cover 

ARTISTS. 

Dinsmore Eliza Miss, 136 S Main 

Moore Hattie M. Miss, 48 Traverse 

Newton Kate L. Mrs., (3) Academy of Music 184 Exchange 

Shrimpton Louise A. Miss, 45 Park av 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 
Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. 
Field Charles, (7) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange 
FIELD CHARLES JR., (8) Bank blk 386 Main c Ex- 
change — See p 159 
HORR GEORGE W., 1444 Main, A C 
Smith Sidney P., 1462 Main, A C 
TITUS JOSEPH A., 466 Main— See p 158 
Wilson Edgar V., (12) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Bigelow Oscar J., S Main 
Brown Jesse, 133 School 
Mountain George, 576 South 
Underwood Melvin, 42 Smith pi 

BAKERS. 
DAYIS F. E., 13 Exchange— See p 165 
Hubley William B., 1261 Chestnut c Main, A C 

BAND. 
Athol Brass Band, Scott J. Appleton leader and manager, 
270 Riverbend 

7 



98 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BANKS. 

(See also Co-Operative Banks). 

ATHOL NATIONAL BANK, 1471 Main, A C— See front 
col'd p V 

ATHOL SAVINGS BANK, 388 Main c Exchange— See 
front col'd p IV 

MILLERS RIVER NATIONAL BANK, 388 Main c Ex- 
change — See front col'd p IV 

BARBERS. 
Brown H. H., 38 Exchange 

DONOVAN J. W., Pequoig blk 420 Main— See p 163 
Hanson Edwin T., 613 Main 
Hastings F. C, Union blk 1576 Main, A C 
Leonard Cornelius, 534 Main 
Smith William E., 128 Exchange c Main 

BATH ROOMS. 
DONOVAN JOHN W., Pequoig blk 420 Main— See p 163 
Hansen Edwin T., 613 Main 

BELTING DEALERS. 
FAY HENRIE C., 479 Main— See outside cover 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., 454 Main— See front coFd p V 

BEVELS AND BEVEL PROTRACTORS. 

STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front coFd p 
VII 

STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

BICYCLE DEALERS. 

Beaman W. A., 77 Exchange 

FAY HENRIE C. (Eagle), 479 Main— See outside cover 

McReel Albert E., Pequoig blk r 426 Main 

RICHARDSON C. F. & SON, Traverse c Main— See front 
coFd p X 

Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

. BILL POSTER. 
Ellsworth Albert, 7 Exchange 

BILLIARD SUPPLIES. 
GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS, 167 Hapgood— See p 
157 

BILLIARD TABLE MFRS. 
GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS, 167 Hapgood— See p 
157 
BILLIARD TABLE WOODWORK MFRS. 

GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS, 167 Hapgood— See p 
157 

BILLIARD AND POOL ROOMS. 
Elmore S. A., 40 to 44 Exchange 
Geroy Edwin, 1602 Main, A C 
Geroy & Piper, 550 South 
Jeimison George N., 1609 Main, A C 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 09 

PEQUOIG HOUSE, Robert C. Inslee manager, 416 Main 

—See p 171 
WILSON ALBERT J., 456 Main— See p 172 

BLACKSMITHS. 
Ahem James D., 38 Mechanic sq, A C 
BRADFORD EZRA 0., Main n Petersham road, A C— 

See p 168 
Cobb Fred R., 278 Exchange 
Cobb Joseph G., 1641 Main, A C 
■Coolidge Henry H., 26 Island 
Dodd Isaac J., 12 Mechanic sq, A C 
•Hamlett Fred W., 303 South c Freedom 
Howard W. J., 26 Island 
Remi Joseph, South Athol 

Sawin L. C., prop. Sawin's Carriage Works 303 Exchange 
Snow Joseph D., Partridgeville 
Spooner Alfred E., New Sherborn road 

BLANKET MFRS. 
MILLERS RIVER MFG. CO., office 71 Chestnut Hill av 
n covered bridge — See p 157 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Cleveland S. S. Mrs., 46 Traverse 

EXCHANGE STREET HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 46 
to 52 Exchange — See p 171 

SUNNYSIDE HOUSE, Mrs. S. L. Metcalf prop., 460 
South— See p 172 

WINDSOR HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 32 and 34 Ex- 
change — See p 171 

BOATS TO LET. 

Hayden John W., Lake Ellis, A C 

BOOK BINDERS. 

COTTAGER CO. THE, 566 South— See p 155 
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Cleveland E. E., Webb blk 437 Main 

HUMPHREY JOHN H., 1485 Main, A C— See inside 
front cover 

Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Cleveland E. E., Webb blk 437 Main 
Cleveland George H., 477 Cottage 
Davis A. S., StockwelFs blk 461 Main 
Foster Charles H., 1592 Main, A C 
Holton J. A., 1580 Main, A C 
LORD FRANK G., 496 Main— See p 159 
McEvoy Thomas F., 16 Exchange 
Tourville Henry O., 440 Main ' 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS AND REPAIRERS. 

Bissell Samuel R., 538 Main 
Bruce Francis R., 1614 Main, A C 



100 ATHOL BUSINESS DIEECTOBY. 

Davis A. S., StockwelFs blk 461 Main 

Bolton J. A., 1580 Main, A C 

Houghton C. A., r 34 Exchange 

LOED FEANK G., 496 Main— See p 159 

Nickerson Joseph, 440 Main 

Ehnland Matthew H., 355 Main 

Towns] ey Dan C, South Athol 

BOOT AND SHOE MFES. 
Foster Charles H., 1590 Main, A C 
Hill & Greene, Chestnut n Main, A C 
Lee Auburn W. & Co., 353 Main 
Lee's Charles M. Sons, Main n Exchange 
Lee William D., 1588 Main, A C 

BOTTLEES. 
Ellsworth Albert, 7 Exchange 
Geroy & Piper, 550 South 

BOWLING ALLEYS. 
Jennison George O., 1609 Main, A C 
Young Men's Christian Association, 214 Exchange 

BOX MFES. 
BEEWEE GEOEGE S., 1695 Main c Pleasant, A C— See 

p 156 
DAVIS CYEUS D., Eailroad pi opp depot— See p 156 
FITCH EDSON (shooks), Hapgood n Eiverbend, A C— 

See p 156 
EICE HENRY H., South Athol— See p 166 
Stratton Bros. & Co., Eailroad pi n depot 

BEICK MFES. 
ATHOL BEICK CO., Brick Yard road— See p 166 

BEOKEES. 

Fay Othello A., 1642 Main, A C 

LYMAN AETHUE H., 311 Main— See p 3 

Slate Hollis M., 466 Main 

BEOOM MFE. 
Holden Marquis S., Eoyalston road 

BUILDEES' FINISH. 
Lee Solon W., 488 South n Exchange 
PECKHAM Ii. MAESHALL, Eailroad pi opp depot- 
See p 167 
EICE HENEY H., South Athol— See p 166 
Stratton Bros. & Co., Eailroad pi n depot 
TYLEE AETHUE F., 900 Main— See inside front cover 

CABINET MAKEES. 
PECKHAM H. MAESHALL, Eailroad pi opp depot— See 
p 16? 

CALIPEE AND DIYIDEE MFES. 
STANDAED TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 

VII 
STAEEETT L. S CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 101 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Bloclgett Marble, 407 Pequoig av 

BURDICK CHARLES, 143 S Main— See p 167 

Dexter Joseph L., 39 Pleasant pi 

FREDETTE EDWARD, Terrace av n Exchange— See p 

167 
Hamilton William, 98 Maple 
Haskins Frederick A., 338 South n Freedom 
Latham 0. Scott, 334 Crescent 
Lord John H., 218 Drury av 
Newell Asa, 285 Main 
TOLMAN G. A., 57 Church— See p 167 
Woodward Frank C, 73 Traverse 

CARPET CLEANERS. 
BREWER GEORGE S., 1695 Main, A C— See p 156 
LORD WALLACE, 60 Freedom— See p 164 . 

CARPET CLEANING AND DUSTING MACHINE 
MFRS. 

Gerry George & Son, 76 Crescent 

CARPET DEALERS. 
AMSDEN L. K., 37 and 41 Exchange— See p 161 
Parmenter Frank S., 389 Main 
TOWER ALBERT R,, 379 Main— See front coFd p VI 

CARRIAGE MFRS. AND REPAIRERS. 
Cobb Fred R., 278 Exchange 
Coolidge Henry H., 26 Island 
Gates Frank A., 1641 Main, A C 

Sawin L. C, prop. Sawin's Carriage Works, 303 Exchange 
Snow Joseph D., Partridgeville 
White John W., South c Freedom 

CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTERS. 
Ball Willie A., South c Freedom 
Fauls John E., 38 Island 
Morse Charles F., 76 Canal 
Peck J. A., 12 Mechanic sq, A C 
Sawin L. C., prop. Sawin's Carriage Works, 303 Exchange 

CARRIAGE TRIMMER. 
Sawin L. C, prop. Sawin's Carriage Works, 303 Exchange 

CARRIAGE AND SLEIGFI REPOSITORIES. 
FAY LEVI B., 244 Main— See p 169 
Sawin L. C, prop. Sawin's Carriage Works, 303 Exchange 

CASTINGS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 
YII 

CHAIR MFRS. 
Eagle Furniture Co., Barker, Colburn & Carter props., S 
Athol road 

CIDER MILLS. 
Bancroft Hiram A., Petersham road, A C 
Cragin George H., 989 Pleasant, A C 



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CIGAR MFE. 
Hause F. J., Webb's blk 417 Main 

CIGAR STORES. 
Elmore S. A., 40 to 44 Exchange 
Garbarino Augustino, 442 Main 
Garbarino & Garbarino, 83 Exchange 
Geroy Edwin, 1602 Main, A C 
Hanse F. J., Webb's blk 417 Main 
Howard Edwin M., 75 Exchange 
Howe Adelbert H., 89 Main 
Taber Rodney A., 468 Main 

CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. 
CASWELL L. B., (2) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange-^ 
See p 157 

CLAIRVOYANT PHYSICIANS. 
Wheeler Oren S., Summit House, A C 
Whitman William F., 2298 Main opp Fair Grounds, A C 

CLERGYMEN. 
Bugbee Rolla G. (Cong.), 99 Liberty, A C 
Horst Carl G. (Unitarian), 225 Union 
Knowlton F. B., 479 Chestnut Hill av 
Mansfield John H. (Methodist), 91 Cottage 
Martin E. F. (R. C), 95 Park av 
Potter Marshall A. (Advent), 169 High, A C 
Rogan D. H. (Unitarian), 112 Green, A C 
Shipman J. N. (Baptist), 238 Union 
Shrimpton Charles J. (Episcopal), 45 Park av c Allen 
Sutton Silas W. (Unitarian), 210 Pleasant, A C 

CLOTHING DEALERS. 

AMSDEN BROS., 384 Main n Exchange— See front coFd 

p VI 
ATHOL CLOTHING CO., Cutting, Dexter & Barrus 

props., 431 Main — See p 159 
Colt & Co., 413 Main 
Esterman Samuel, 463 Main 
Michelman & Co., 424 Main 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 
MOORE EDMUND, 44 Kennebunk, A C— See p 164 
POTTER & CO., 503 South— See p 164 
Southland Fred M., 2006 Main, A C 
Stratton A. F. & Co. (coal), 525 South 
Tyler A. W. & Co., 572 South opp depot 

CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT. 
Baker H. C, 172 Spring, A C 
Bosworth Levi, 339 South 
Crowl Emory H., 172 S Main 
Garbarino Augustino, 442 Main 
Garbarino & Garbarino,- 83 Exchange 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 103 

Howard Edwin M., 75 Exchange 

Howe Adelbert H., 89 Main 

McNAY FRANKLIN, Pequoig blk 426 Main— See p 165 

COOPERAGE STOCK. 

Sanders Lewis Co., Sanders n Chestnut 

CO-OPERATIVE BANK. 
Athol Co-operative Bank, C. F. Richardson sec. and treas., 
office 5 Traverse c Main 

COTTON WARP AND YARN MFRS. 

Bennett & Van Valkenburg, 95 Crescent 

CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASS WARE. 

AMSDEN L. K., 37 and 41 Exchange— See p 161 

BROOKS 0. T. & CO., 122 Exchange c Main— See out- 
side cover 

DUNTON H. C. & CO., 23 .and 25 Exchange— See front 
col'd p III 

TYLER C. H., 621 Main— See p 166 

Whittaker James, 505 Main 

Wilcox S., 385 Main 

DENTISTS. 

Bement John R., 376 Main 

Luce Zenas R., 1473 Main, A C 

Smith C. E., (3) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange 

S?nith H. C, Webb's blk 419 Main n Exchange 

TOLMAN L. C, Parmenter's blk 387 Main c Exchange- 
See p 159 

DEPUTY SHERIFF. 

Doane Roswell L., (7) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange 

DINING ROOMS. 

Angell Hiram S. (lunch), Exchange n Main 

Elmore S. A., 40 to 44 Exchange 

EXCHANGE STREET HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 46 
to 52 Exchange— See p 171 

Fuller Helen Mrs., 560 South 

WINDSOR HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 32 and 34 Ex- 
change — See p 171 

DOOR, SASH AND BLIND DEALER. 

LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 

DOOR, SASH AND BLIND MFRS. 
Ellis Edwin & Son, 201 Water, A C 
TYLER ARTHUR F., 900 Main— See inside front cover 

DRAIN AND CEMENT PIPE. 

AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

cord p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 



104 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

BRIGGS C. M., 1 Church c Main— See p 162 

FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, 

A C— See p 162 

DRAUGHTSMEN'S SUPPLIES. 

STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Aldrich Amanda A., widow George D., 383 Main 

Barrows Alfred E. Mrs., 67 Summer, A C 

Bissell S. R. Mrs., 164 Beacon 

Carpenter Georgia Miss, 366 School 

Corwin Eliza J. Miss, 883 Main 

Dinsmore Eliza Miss, 136 S Main 

Garfield Lizzie E. Miss, 181 Park, A C 

Gilkcy Daniel E. Mrs., Oak av 

Gleason Ella Mrs., 106 Allen 

Goodrich Lillian C. Miss, 54 Concord 

Haynes Mattie P. Mrs., 7 High 

Hold en George W. Mrs., 83 Union 

Judkins Frank M. Mrs., 138 Cottage 

Kelly Marv A. Miss, 60 Pish 

LOGAN & WILLEY, 406 and 408 Main, branch store 
1572 Main, A C— See p 161 

Nickerson J. A. Mrs., 110 Maple 

Nye Bertha L. Miss, 220 Park, A C 

Pixley Mary E. Mrs., 259 Main 

Scully William E. Mrs., 212 South 

Siblev P. L. H. Mrs., 41 Tremont, A C 

Smith Emma C. Mrs., 438 School 

Spear Inez O. Miss, 584 South 

Stratton Mary Miss, 196 Main 

Underwood Melvin Mrs., 42 Smith pi 

Wood Almon B. Mrs., 40 Central, A C 

DRUGGISTS. 

(See Apothecaries). 

DRY GOODS DEALERS. 

Denny E. & Co., Grand Army blk 464 Main 

Estcrman Samuel 463 Main 

LOGAN & WILLEY, 406 and 408 Main, branch store 

1572 Main, A C— See p 161 
Parmenter Frank S., 389 Main c Exchange 
PEIRSON WILLIAM R,, Webb's blk 423 Main— See 

outside cover 
TOWER ALBERT R., 379 Main— See front coFd p YI 

DYERS. 
Athol Steam Cleaning and Dyeing Works, Asa W. Perkins 
prop., South n Tunnel 

EAYE. TROUGHS AND CONDUCTORS. 
Fisher W. C, 85 South 
Stone Charles 0., 303 Exchange 



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ELECTRIC LIGHTING. 

ATHOL GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. THE, Fred R. 
Davis treas. and sup't, office (1) Bank blk 386 Main- 
See p 160 

McReel Albert E., Pequoig blk r 426 Main 

ELECTRICIAN. 

McReel Albert E., Pequoig blk r 426 Main 

ENGRAVERS. 
EOYE G. 0. & SON, 374 Main— See p 160 

ESSENCE AND EXTRACT MFRS. 
Hayden Edward J., 141 Estabrook, A C 
Ward Jonathan D., 211 Kelton, A C 

EXCAVATING AND GRADING. 

Adams Joseph, 78 Wellington c Wallingford av 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

(See also Stage Lines). 

American Express Co., Frederick J. Harper agent, 28 Ex- 
change 

Gibbs George A., prop. Petersham and Athol Stage line, 
office Union depot, res Petersham 

National Express Co., Frederick J. Harper agent, 28 Ex- 
change 

PETERSHAM AND ATHOL EXPRESS, E. Frank Kel- 
ton prop., Post Office— See p. 170 

EXPRESSMEN AND TRUCKMEN. 

Bigelow Charles F., 205 Allen 

DREW J. M., Unity pi r Second Unitarian Church, Main 

—See p 170 
Fields Edward J., 458 South 
GAGE MONROE F., 635 Pequoig av— See p 165 
GifTord Fred J., 193 Freedom 
Hill George E., 445 Main 

MOORE EDMUND, 44 Kennebunk, A C— See p 164 
Morse Walter E. (truckman), 1771 Main c Spring, A C 
Newton Truman C, 11 Wallingford av 
Rivers Jerry, 5 Linden Park 
Southland Fred M., 2006 Main, A C 
TOLMAN WARREN T., 152 Walnut— See p 170 
Wilson Cornelius W., 33 Exchange 

FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

Denny E. & Co., 464 Main 

LOGAN & WILLEY, 406 and 408 Main, branch store 

1572 Main, A C— See p 161 
PIERSON WILLIAM R., Webb's blk 423 Main— See 

outside cover 
Spaight Sisters, 449 Main 
TOWER ALBERT R., 379 Main— See front col'd p VI 



106 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

FERTILIZERS. 
Cragin George H., 989 Pleasant, A C 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., inc., 454 Main— See front col'd p 
V 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 
Dillon Wra. E., 184 Walnut 
Fuller William G., 516 Main 
Lamb Charles S., 31 Tunnel 
McCrillis Lewis M., 76 Kelton, A C 
Thrower W. L. (peddler), 1799 Main, A C 

FLORISTS. 

Mellen William H. Mrs., 464 Crescent 

Sibley Charles W., 477 Main 

SUTHERLAND JAMES JR., 202 S Main— See p 163 

Twichell B. A. & Bro., 164 Crescent 

Woodward George W. Mrs., 42 Traverse 

FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. 
Boutell George W., 1629 Main, A C 
FAY & FAY, 1493 Main, A C— See p 166 
LORD WALLACE, grist mill, 60 Freedom— See p 164 
MARSH & TURNER, 54 Green, A C— See p 170 
Mellen William D., 372 Crescent 
Newton & Call, 1706 Main, A C 

POTTER & CO., 503 South foot Exchange— See p 164 
Snow William H., South Athol 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 

Derby Frank W., 388 Main c Exchange 

FOUNDRY. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 

VII 

FURNACES AND RANGES. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M, 29 Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 
Smith Cyrus E., 124 Pleasant, A C 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
AMSDEN L. K., 37 and 41 Exchange— See p 161 
DUNTON H. C. & CO., 23 and 25 Exchange— See front 
col'd p III 

FURNITURE MFRS. 
Eagle Furniture Co., Barker, Colburn & Carter props., S 

Athol road 
MORSE L. & SONS, Mechanic, A C— See p 156 

GAS COMPANY. 
ATHOL GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. THE, F. R. Davis 
treas., (1) Bank blk 386 Main— See p 160 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 107 

GAS FIXTURES. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

colM p VI 
ALLEN" & WARD, 33 Exchange — See outside cover 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, A 

C— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD II., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 
AMSDEN BROS., 384 Main n Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
ATHOL CLOTHING CO., Cutting, Dexter & Barrus 

props., 431 Main — See p 159 
Michelman & Co., 424 Main 
Sawyer & Hale, 412 Main 

GLAZED WINDOWS. 
Ellis Edwin & Son, Water n Main, A C 
TYLER ARTHUR F., 900 Main— See inside front cover 

GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKERS. 

Wellman & Blake, 40 Island 

GRIST MILLS. 
Boutell George W., 1629 Main, A C 
LORD WALLACE, 60 Freedom— See p 164 

GROCERS. 
BALL FRANK H., 46 Exchange— See p 171 
Bliss Mary A. Mrs., 19 Main 

BROOKS O. T. & CO., 122 Exchange c Main— See out- 
side cover 
FAY & FAY', 1493 Main, A C— See p 166 
Hamilton H. D. & Son, 67 and 69 Exchange 
Mellen William D., 372 Crescent 
Newton & Call, 1706 Main, A C 
Raymond & Leonard, 459 Crescent 
Smith Amos, New Sherborn road, Riceville 
Snow William H., South Athol 
Stevens George W. & Co., 1586 Main, A C 
Temple John M., 443 Main 
TYLER C. H., 621 Main— See p 166 
White Joseph W., 361 Main 

HANDLE MFR. 
Barrows Alfred E. (hammer), 67 Summer, A C 

HARDWARE MFRS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 86 South— See front col'd p 

VII 
Sawyer Tool Co., 123 Lumber 

STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY DEALERS. 
FAY' HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., inc., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 



108 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

HARNESS DEALERS. 
BARBER H. R., 460 Main— See outside cover 
FAY LEVI B., 244 Main— See p 169 

HARNESS MFRS. 
BARBER H. R., 460 Main— See outside cover 
Jennison Horace, 1623 Main, A C 
Martin Fred J., 1610 Main, A C 

HAT MFR. 

Adams Benjamin H. (palm leaf), 408 South 

HAT AND COAT RACK MFR. 
Coburn William P., 30 Farm enter 

HATS AND CAPS. 
AMSDEN BROS., 384 Main n Exchange— See front col'd 

p VI 
ATHOL CLOTHING CO., Cutting, Dexter & Barrus 

props., 431 Main — See p 159 
Mitch elman & Co., 424 Main 
Sawyer & Hale, 412 Main 

HAY AND STRAW DEALERS. 
FAY LEVI B., 244 Main— See p 169 
FAY & FAY, 1493 Main, A C— See p 166 
MARSH & TURNER, 54 Green, A C— See p 170 
Newton & Call, 1706 Main, A C 

POTTER & CO., 503 South ft Exchange— See p 164 
MCE HENRY H. (baled hay), South Athol— See p 166 

HORSE CLIPPING. 
Earle John L., 42 Freedom 
Mellen D. Edward, 326 Main 

HOT WATER HEATING. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

coFd p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 
BRIGGS CLARENCE M., 1 Church c Main— See p 162 
LAW EDWARD M., 321 Main— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

HOTELS. 
ATHOL HOUSE, Milton O. Perham prop., Traverse c 

School— See p 172 
CITY HOTEL, Michael C. Leonard prop., 448 Main— See 

p 171 
Commercial House, 550 South opp depot 
EXCHANGE STREET HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 

Ui to 52 Exchange — See p 171 
PEQUOIG II OUSE,liobert C. Inslee manager, 416 Main 

—See p 171 
SUMMIT HOUSE, Frank B. Kendrick prop., 1503 Main 

A C— See p 171 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 109 

SUNNYSIDE HOUSE, Mrs. S. L. Metcalf prop., 460 
South— See p 172 

WINDSOR HOUSE, Frank H. Ball prop., 32 and 34 Ex- 
change — See p 171 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 
AMSDEN L. K., 37 and 41 Exchange— See p 161 
BARBER H. R., 460 Main— See outside cover 
Combination Mfg. Co., Dana M. Regan manager, 3 Ex- 
change i 
DUNTON H. C. & CO., 23 and 25 Exchange— See front 
cord p III 

ICE CREAM. 
Howe Adelbert H., 89 Main 
McNAY FRANKLIN, Pequoig blk 426 Main— See p 165 

ICE DEALERS. 
LITCHFIELD ALBERT E., 2154 Main, A C— See p 165 
MOORE EDMUND, 44 Kennebunk, A C— See p 164 
QUINLAN CORNELIUS, Conant road c Riceville road- 
See p 164 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
COOLIDGE AUGUSTUS, Coolidge blk 607 Main— See p 

158 
Goodspeed Thomas H., 1471 Main, A C 
HAMILTON A. J., prop. Athol Life and Fire Ins. Agency 

373 Main— See front coPd p III 
KIMBALL DANIEL P., (11) 456 Main— See p 158 
KING JOHN L., (6) 386 Main— See p 158 
LYMAN ARTHUR H., 311 Main— See p 3 
SWIFT PARKE B. (fire and accident), 388 Main— See 
outside cover 

IRON FOUNDERS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front coFd p 
VII 

JEWELERS. 
Cleveland E. E., Webb's blk 437 Main 
FOYE G. 0. & SON, 374 Main— See p 160 
Rickey George W., 1580 Main, A C 
ROBBINS ALBERT F., 435 Main— See outside cover 
THOMAS CHARLES A., 467 Main— See p 160 

JUNK DEALERS. 
Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, 

A C— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 
Smith Cyrus E., 124 Pleasant, A C 

KEG MFRS. 
Sanders Lewis Co., Sanders n Chestnut 

LANDSCAPE GARDENER. 
GAGE MONROE F., 635 Pequoig av— See p 165 



110 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

LAUNDRIES. 
AMSDEN BROTHERS (agents), 384 Main— See front 

col ? d p VI 
ATHOL STEAM LAUNDRY, William B. Whittemore 

prop., 355 Main n Exchange — See p 161 
Lee S. 0., 523 Main 
Lung Moy, 462 Main 
Sawyer & Hale (agents), 412 Main 
Wong Charlie, 160? Main, A C 

LEVEL MFRS. 
RICHARDSON C. F. & SON, 5 Traverse c Main— See 

front cord p X 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

LIME AND CEMENT. 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 

LIQUOR DEALERS (RETAIL). 

(See Saloons). 
LIQUOR DEALERS (WHOLESALE). 
Ellsworth Albert, 7 Exchange 
PEQUOIG HOUSE, Robert C. Inslee manager, 161 to 165 

Exchange — See p 171 

LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. 
ATHOL HOUSE STABLES, Milton 0. Perham prop. 

(boarding), 76 Traverse opp depot — See p 172 
Oasavant Joseph T. (sale), r 1503 Main, A C 
Earle John L., 42 Freedom 
FAY LEVI B. (sale), 244 Main— See p 169 
Fields Edward J., 458 South 

FISHER GEORGE R., 19 Common, A C— See p 169 
Marble Street Stable, Fred Cowee manager, 155 Marble 
MARSH & TURNER, 54 Green, A C— See p 170 - 
MOORE C. W r ., 76 Exchange— See p 169 
Richardson Alonzo P., 186 Marble 
Underwood George P., Chestnut n Common, A C 

LUMBER DEALERS. 
Cotton James, 166 School 
Cragin George H., 989 Pleasant, A C 
Davenport Lewis L., South Athol 

DAVIS CYRUS D., Railroad pi opp depot— See p 156 
Fa\ Othello A., 1642 Main, A C 
Fay & Shnmwav, 1642 Main, A C 
Goodale Solon D., 186 Brattle 
Harwood Jones S., Templeton road, A C 
Hunt J. W. & Co., 222 Main 
Hunt X- Cooke, 182 Cottage 
Kendall Ira Y., 1251 Main, A C 
Lee Solon W.. 48? South n Exchange 
Lee Warren D., 2094 Main, A C 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ill 

MOORE EDMUND, 44 Kennebimk, A C— See p 164 

Newton Willard, 503 School 

RICE HENRY H., South Athol— See p 166 

Southland Fred M., 2006 Main, A C 

Spear Albert G., 861 Main 

Stratton Bros. & Co., Railroad pi n depot 

Stratton Myron A., 73 Wellington 

Terry John A., Swanzey c Fairview av 

TOLMAN G. A., 57 Church— See p 167 

MACHINISTS AND MACHINERY MFRS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 

VII 
Gerry George & Son, 76 Crescent 
Oliver James 2d, 65 Crescent 
RICHARDSON C. F. & SON, 5 Traverse c Main— See 

front col'd p X 
Sawyer Tool Co., 123 Lumber 
Sleeper Walter PL, 69 Freedom 

STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS MFRS. 
RICHARDSON C. F. & SON, 5 Traverse c Main— See 

front col'd p X 
STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 

VII 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main— 

'See outside cover 

MANUFACTURERS 7 AND MILL SUPPLIES. 
LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKERS. 

Wellman & Blake, 40 Island 

MARKET GARDENERS. 
Partridge E. E., Partridgeville 
Sutherland James, 202 S Main 

MASON BUILDERS. 
Collins Dennis, 591 Chestnut Hill av 
GLEASON FRANK W., 106 Allen— See p 168 
Goddard Charles L. (stone), Brick Yard road 
O'Mara William J. (stone), 9 Hamlet 

MATCH BLOCK MFR. 

Sanders Lewis Co., Sanders n Chestnut 

MATCH SPLINT MFR. 
FITCH EDSON, Hapgood n Riverbend, A C— See p 156 

MEAT CHOPPER MFRS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 
VII 

MEAT MARKETS. 
Drury Alwin II., South n Exchange 
Drury George S., 605 Main 



112 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Drury H. & Son, 159C Main, A C 

FAY & FAY, 1493 Main, A C— See p 166 

Goodnow John E., 1626 Main, A C 

Herrick Leroy C, 154 Crescent 

Swan "William L., 91 Exchange 

Ward Willard X., Pleasant bey New Sherborn road 

Wood Charles L., 9 Market pi 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

BIDDLE WILLIAM F., 409 Main— See front col'd p III 
Davidson Robert G., 39 Exchange 
Smith Leander A., 498 Main 

MILK DEALERS. 
Cragin George H., 989 Pleasant, A C 
Davenport Otis P., 197 Park, A C 
Drury G. W. & Son, Pleasant, A C 
Kilbnrn Eden E., Templeton road, A C 
Morse dishing B., 1771 Main, A C 
Morse Walter E., 1771 Main, A C 
Randall George W., Templeton road bey Garfield road 
Stone Ralph S., 9 Tnnnel 
Swan John, Mt. Pleasant 

Vaughn Collis W., Petersham road n schoolhouse 
Wood Cyrus K., 738 Pleasant, A C 

MILLINERY. 
Bigelow Cora Miss, 180 Exchange 
Bowker A. M., 465 Main 
Rich Lizzie S. Miss, 473 Main 
Shay J. J. Mrs., 98 Exchange 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 
Brewer R. Barnhardt (violin), 466 Main 
Cleveland Winifred M. Miss, 46 Traverse 
Cummings Arthur R., 1000 Main 
Fay Kate L. Miss, 159 Walnut 
Hayden Mary A. Miss, 29 Water, A C 
Lindsey M. L. Mrs., 324 Main 
Moore Hattie E. Mrs., 304 Main 
Moore Hattie M. Miss, 48 Traverse 
Nelson Minnie G. Miss, 171 Pleasant A C 
Slirimpton Helen F. Miss, 45 Park av 
Stebbins Anna L. Mrs., 215 School 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Cleveland E. E., Webb's blk 437 Main 

Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

NEWSPAPERS. 

ATHOL TRANSCRIPT, Transcript blk 20 to 26 Ex- 
change — See p 154 

WOKCESTEB WKST CHRONICLE, Chronicle blk 522 
and 524 Main — See p 153 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 113 

NEWS DEPOTS. 
Cleveland E. E., Webb's blk 437 Main 
HUMPHREY JOHN H., 1485 Main, A C— See inside 

front cover 
Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

NURSES. 
Ball Carrie E. Mrs., Dunbar pi 
Fay Helen A. Miss, 64 Pleasant, A C 
Foster Electa Miss, Pleasant, A C 
Frost Roxana Mrs., 246 Riverbend 
Gates Annie E. Miss, 159 Cottage 
Gordon Mattie A. Miss, 332 Wallingford av, A C 
Haskins Carrie Miss, 1328 Main, A C 
Houston Delia A. Mrs., 193 Main 
Williams Emma Miss, 162 Main 

OCULIST. 
Bowker Alphonso V., 573 Main 

OIL DEALERS. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M, 29 Exchange— See front 

coFd p VI 
Mosher Brenton II., 49 Myrtle 
Standard Oil Co., 35 Carbon 

OPTICIANS. 
FOYE G. 0. & SON, 374 Main— See p 160 
THOMAS CHARLES A., 467 Main— See p 160 

ORCHESTRA. 

Appleton's Orchestra, S. J. Appleton director and man- 
ager, 270 Riverbend 

PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. 
Bradway Clarence D., 1793 Main, A C 
Cummings William A., 1000 Main 
Douglass & Classon, 40 Island 
FRENCH JOHN E., 358 Main— See outside cover 
Hagei Willard (paper hanger), 1707 Main, A C 
Holden Lincoln J., Royalston road 
Merchant Leonard A., 132 Tremont, A C 
Twichell Edward L., 40 Riverbend 
Wheeler A. P., 1619 Main, A C 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
FAY" & FAY, 1493 Main, A C— See p 166 
FRENCH JOHN E., 358 Main— See outside cover 
LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., inc., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 

PAPER BOX MFRS. 

Athol Paper Box Co., Canal c Lumber 

PAPER HANGINGS. 
FRENCH JOHN E,, 358 Main— See outside cover 
Hager Willard, 1707 Main, A C 
TOWER ALBERT R,, 379 Main— See front coFd p VI 



114 ATIIOL BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 

PAPEE STOCK DEALEES. 
Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 

FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, 
A C— See p 162 

PATENT MEDICINE MFRS. 
Dam's Bemedies, Dr. Charles F. Brock general agent, 181 
School 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Aft.ee Arthur E., Pequoig blk 422 Main 
Dunklee Albert E., 438 Main 
Preston Henry F., 1479 Main, A C 

PHYSICIANS AND SUEGEONS. 
Babbitt Freeman A., 44 Pine 
BIECH SYLVANUS J., Pequoig Hotel blk (46) 416 

Main; office hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Bowker Alphonso V., 573 Main 
BROWN WINDSOR A., 343 Main; office hours until 8.30 

a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Burns Hiram H., 1302 Main c Green, A C 
Coolidge David G., 609 Main 
Eaton Lilley, 1562 Main, A C 
EDGAE WILLIAM L., 503 Main; office hours 8 to 9 a. 

m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Forbes Charles H., 429 School, A C 
Gardner Harrie M., 3 Church 
Larkeque Garrett, 371 Main 
Lindsey M. L., 324 Main 
OLIVEE JAMES, 1534 Main, A C; office hours 7 to 9 a. 

m., 1 to 2 and 7 to 9 p. m. 
Thayer Henry E., 1249 Chestnut n Main, A C 
Whitman William F. (clairvoyant), 2298 Main opp Fair 

Grounds, A C 

PIANO CASE MFES. 
GODDAED & MANNING (grand and upright), 394 Cot- 
tage — See front cofd p X 

PIANO TUNERS. 
Hold en George W., 83 Union 
Williams Albert E.. 373 Main 
PIANO AND BILLIARD TABLE LEGS AND FEAME 

MFES. 
GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS, 167 Hapgood n depot 

—See p 157 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 
GODDAED & MANNING (pianos), 394 Cottage— See 

front coFd p X 
HAMILTON A. J., 373 Main— See front col'd p III 
Signor Geland, 369 Main 

PICTURE FEAME MOULDING AND BACKING. 
FRENCH JOHN E., 358 Main— See outside cover 

PICTUEES AND FEAMES. 

Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 115 

PLANING MILLS. 
BREWER GEORGE S., 1695 Main, A C— See p 156 
DAVIS CYRUS D., Railroad pi opp depot— See p 156 
GOODMAN'S J. WESLEY SONS, 167 Hapgood n depot 

—See p 157 
Stratton Bros. & Co., Railroad pi n depot 
TYLER ARTHUR F., 900 Main— See inside front cover 

PLUMBERS. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 
BRIGGS CLARENCE M., 1 Church c Main— See p 162 
EROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, 

A C— See p 162 
LAW EDWARD M., 321 Main— See p 162 
Lemis Thomas F., 107 Park, A C 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

PLUMBERS' MATERIAL DEALERS. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 
BRIGGS C. M., 1 Church c Main— See p 162 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, A 

C— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

POCKET BOOK MFRS. 
BATES BROS., 33 Island— See p 157 
Eninger Charles, 1873 Main, A C 

PRINTERS. 
COTTAGER CO. THE, 566 South— See p 155 
Gourlay Frank W\, 518 Mam 

TRANSCRIPT PRINTING CO., 20 to 26 Exchange- 
See p 154 
WADE J. L. & CO., 530 South— See outside cover 

PUBLISHERS. 
BROCK W. H. & CO., 566 South— See p 155 
COTTAGER CO. THE, 566 South— See p 155 
Universal Exchange, Charles A. Hall prop., 20 Exchange 
WADE J. L. & CO., 530 South— See outside cover 

PUMP DEALERS. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 
Athol Pump Co., A. F. Fletcher & Son props., 74 Fletcher 
Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, A 

C— See p 162 
LAW EDWARD M., 321 Main— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 
Stone Charles O., 303 Exchange 



116 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

PUMP MFKS. 

Athol Pump Co., A. F. Fletcher & Son props., 74 Fletcher- 

RAG DUSTEE MFES. 
Gerry George & Son, 76 Crescent 

EEAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
CASWELL L. B., (2) Bank blk 386 Main c Exchange-See 

p 157 
Cooke George H., 182 Cottage 
COOLIDGE AUGUSTUS, Coolidge blk 607 Main— See p 

158 
Fairview, Sanders & Parmenter props., office 236 Walnut 
INTERVALE, Lucien Lord prop., office Academy of 

Mnsic blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 
LAKE PAEK, Lucien Lord prop., office Academy of 

Music blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 
LYMAN ARTHUR H., 311 Main— See p 3 
Parmenter & Bates, 236 Walnut 
PLEASANT VALLEY, Lucien Lord prop., Academy of 

Music blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 
Proctor Eben S., Orange road 
Slate Hollis M., 466 Main 
SOUTH PARK, Lord & Luey props., office Academy of 

Music blk 184 Exchange n Main — See map 

RESTAURANTS. 

(See Dining Rooms). 

ROOFERS. 

ALLEN & WARD (metal), 33 Exchange— See outside 

cover 
Fisher W. C. (slate), 85 South 
Fletcher A. V. (metal), 580 South opp depot 
FROST & WH1TCOMB (metal), 34 Grove, A C— See p 

162 
LAW EDWARD M. (metal), 321 Main— See p 162 
Parker Henry C. (slate), 188 Crescent 
SMITH CLIFFORD H. (metal), 1465 Main, A C— See p 
162 
ROOFING MATERIAL, METAL (WHOLESALE). 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange— See outside cover 

RUBBER STAMPS. 
Foye & Derby, 388 Main 

RULE MFRS. 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

SALOONS 
Ellsworth Albert, 7 Exchange 
Gerov & Piper, 550 South 

LEONARD MICHAEL C, 448 Main— See p 171 
PEQITOIG HOUSE, Robert C. Inslee manager, 161 to 165 
Exchange — See p 171 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 117 

SATINET MFRS. 
Kauffman W. II., Frvville 
MILLERS RIVER MFG. CO., off 71 Chestnut Hill av n 

covered bridge — See p 157 
Partridge Edward E., Partridge ville 

SAW FILERS. 
Bosworth Levi, 339 South 
Farr Albert, 78 Canal 
Pike Albert L., 1623 Main, A C 
Whitney Gilbert H., 143 Cottage 

SAW MFRS. (HACK). 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

SAW MILLS. 
DAVIS CYRUS D., Railroad pi opp depot— See p 156 
MOORE EDMUND, Petersham road— See p 164 
RICE HENRY H., South Athol— See p 166 

SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING. 
BREWER GEORGE S., 1695 Main c Pleasant, A C— See 

p 156 
PECKHAM H. MARSHALL, Railroad pi opp depot— See 
p 167 

SEEDSMEN. 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., 454 Main— See front coFd p V 

SEWER PIPE MFRS. AND DEALERS. 
AINSWORTH GEORGE M. (dealer), 29 Exchange— See 
front coFd p VI 

SEWING MACHINE AGENTS. 
Knapton William (Singer), 520 Main 
Proctor Frank H. (White), 1729 Main, A C 
Smith L. A. (Household), 498 Main 

Woodis John E. (New Home), Pleasant c Batchelder road, 
A C 
SHAFTING, HANGERS AND PULLEYS. 
Gerry George & Son, 76 Crescent 

SILK THREAD MFR. 
Adams D. E., 109 Lumber 

SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 
AMSDEN L. K., 37 to 41 Exchange— See p 161 
FOYE G. 0. & SON, 374 Main— See p 160 
THOMAS CHARLES A., 467 Main— See p 160 

SPORTING GOODS DEALERS. 
Beaman W. A., 77 Exchange 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
Holton J. A., 1580 Main, A C 
Whitney Walter L., Academy of Music blk 184 Exchange 

STABLE FITTINGS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 
VII 



118 ATHOL BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 

STAGE LINES. 
(See also Express Companies). 

North Orange Stage Line, George P. Underwood prop.,. 
1190 Chestnut, A C 

PETERSHAM AND ATHOL STAGE LINE, E. Frank 
Kelton prop.; leaves Post Office, Athol, daily except 
Sundays at 10.30 a. m. and 6 p. m.; between Novem- 
ber and May 12.30 p. m. — See p 170 

PHILLIPSTON AND ATHOL STAGE LINE, Marsh & 
Turner props.; leaves Post Office, Athol, 7 a. m. and 
12.15 p. m. daily except Sundays — See p 170 

STAIE BUILDEE. 
FREDETTE EDWARD, Terrace av n Exchange— See p 
1G7 

STEAMSHIP TICKET AGENTS. 
Derby Frank W., 388 Main 
Mountain George, 576 South 

STEAM AND GAS FITTEES. 
AINSWORTH GEOEGE M., 29 Exchange— See front 

col'd p VI 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange — See outside cover 
BEIGGS CLAEENCE M., 1 Church c Main— See p 162. 
FEOST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove, A C— See p 162 
LAW EDW r AED M., 321 Main— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFOED H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

STEEL RULES. 

STAREETT L. S. CO. THE, 23 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p 
VII 

STOCK BROKERS. 

Metropolitan Stock Exchange, (23) Pequoig House 422 
Main 

STOCK COMPANIES. 

ATHOL BRICK CO.— Brick Yard road. Incorporated 
March, 1893. Capital, $20,000. President, E. W. 
pjailey; Secretary, R. A. Bailey; Treasurer, Amos L. 
Dcnielson — See p 166 

ATHOL GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. THE— (1) Bank 
blk 386 Main. Incorporated 1891. Capital, $40,000. 
President, G. C. Moses; Treasurer and Superintend- 
ent, Fred R. Davis — See p 160 

ATHOL MACHINE CO.— 86 South. Incorporated 1868. 
Capital, $50,000. President, William G. Johnson; 
Treasurer and Superintendent, Stephen H. Bellows; 
Secretary, J. P. B. AVells; Directors, W. G. Johnson, 
S. H. Bellows, Lucien Lord, J. P. B. Wells, Adin H. 
Smith — See front col'd p VII 

Athol Water Co. — 166 Exchange n Main. Incorporated 
1877. President, Arthur C. Merrill; Treasurer, George 
F. West; Superintendent, Warren G. West 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 119 

Athol and Orange Street Railway Co. — Office 388 Main. 
Incorporated 1894. Capital, $60,000. President, 
George D. Bates; Clerk and Treasurer, William D. 
Luey; General Manager, Wilson D. Smith 

Citizens' Building Co. — Office 5 Traverse. Incorporated 
1888. Capital, $8,500. President, H. R. Stowell; 
Clerk and Treasurer, C. Fred Richardson 

COTTAGER CO. THE— 566 South. Incorporated Au- 
gust, 1896. Capital, $15,000. Presdent,Will K. Briggs; 
Secretary, Ernest Shriver; Treasurer, Winfield H. 
Brock — See p 155 

Millers River Building Co. — Office 394 Cottage. Incorpor- 
ated 1888. Capital, $6,000. President, Warren D. 
Lee; Secretary and Treasurer, Leroy C. Parmenter 

MILLERS RIVER MFG. CO.— Office 71 Chestnut Hill 
av n covered bridge. Incorporated 1863. Capital, 
$20,000. President, S. S. Tower; Treasurer, William 
G. Johnson; Directors, S. S. Tower, William G. John- 
son, Mrs. James Oliver — See p 157 

PAIGE C. F. & CO.— 454 Main. Incorporated March 24, 
1893. Capital, $12,000. President, Myron B. Da- 
mon, Fitehburg; Secretary, Robert D. Gould, Fitch- 
burg; Treasurer and Manager, C. F. Paige — See front 
coFd p V 

Sanders Lewis Co. — Sanders n Chestnut. Incorporated 
February, 1896. Capital, $10,000. President and 
Treasurer, Lewis Sanders; Secretary, Miss Jennie I. 
Sanders 

STOVES, RANGES AND TINWARE. 

AMSDEN L. K., 37 to 41 Exchange— See p 161 

ATHOL GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. THE (gas stoves), 
(1) Bank blk 386 Main— See p 160 

Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 

FROST & WTIITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, 
A C— See p 162 

LAW r EDWARD M., 321 Main— See p 162 

Mountain George, 576 South 

SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

STRAIGHT EDGES. 
STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p VII 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. 
Athol and Orange Street Railway Co., William D. Luey 
treas., office 388 Main 

SURFACE GAUGES. 
STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p VII 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 
Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., Miss Etta G. Bacon oper- 
ator, 98 Exchange 



120 ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., Miss Z. E. Carter manager, 
Union Depot and Pequoig House 

TELEPHONE OFFICE. 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
CO., Lee's blk 409 Main c Exchange, and 1477 Main, 
A C, 407 Main and Pequoig Hotel 416 Main— See opp 
page 

THEATRES. 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Lucien Lord prop., 184 Ex- 
change n Main — See map 

Opera House, Albert Ellsworth prop., Exchange c South 

TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORKERS. 
ALLEN & WARD, 33 Exchange — See outside cover 
Fletcher A. V., 580 South opp depot 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, A 

C — See p 162 
LAW T EDWARD M., 321 Main— See p 162 
SMITH CLIFFORD H., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

TOOL MFRS. 

ATHOL MACHINE CO., 86 South— See front col'd p 
VII 

Sawyer Tool Co., 123 Lumber 

STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC. 
AMSDEN BROS., 384 Main n Exchange— See front col'd 

pVI 
ATHOL CLOTHING CO., Cutting, Dexter & Barrus 

props., 431 Main n Exchange — See p 159 
BARBER H. R,, 460 Main— See outside cover 
Michelman & Co., 424 Main 

TRY SQUARES. 
STANDARD TOOL CO., 82 South— See front col'd p VII 
STARRETT L. S. CO. THE, 22 to 70 Crescent n Main- 
See outside cover 

UMBRELLA MFR. AND REPAIRER. 

Mountain George, 576 South 

UNDERTAKERS. 
DUNTON H. C. & CO., 23 and 25 Exchange— See front 

col'd p III 
Hager Willard, 1707 Main, A C 

UPHOLSTERERS. 
Underwood Melvin, 42 Smith pi 

VARIETY STORES. 
Mountain George, 576 South 
Whittaker James, 505 Main 
Wilcox S., 385 Main 



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH GO. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES, 

125 MILK ST., BOSTON, MASS. 

Direct communication can be had with all the principal towns and cities 
of New England and States east of the Missisippi River. For the accommoda- 
tion of non-subscribers and the public generally, the Company has established 
Public Telephone Pay Stations in the following places: 

Public Pay Stations in ATHOL, MASS. 

Central Office, Corner Main and Exchange Sts. 

Pequoig House Athol, Mass. 

Samuel Lee Athol Centre, Mass. 

F. D. Stevens Dana, Mass. 

H. C. Ellis Millington, Mass. 

Ira Witt , North Dana, Mass. 

J. D. & C. H. Glasheen Petersham, Mass. 

F. R. Cummings. Phillipston Four Corners. 

GARDNER, MASS. 

Central Office, i Main Street, West Gardner, Mass. 

William Richardson Ashburnham, Mass. 

Louis Leland Baldwinsville, Mass. 

F. L. Sargent East Templeton, Mass. 

G. R. Godfrey 14 Pearl St., Gardner, Mass. 

Lowe Bros. & Co Gardner Depot, Mass, 

Wheeler Bros., Hubbardston, Mass. 

Wheeler Bros Hubbardston Depot, Mass. 

Francis Leland Otter River, Mass. 

F. W. Lombard South Ashburnham, Mass. 

S. W. A. Stevens & Son South Gardner, Mass. 

P. Blodgett Templeton, Mass. 

G. W. Bruce Westminster, Mass. 

ORANGE, MASS. 

Central Office, Reynolds Block, South Hain Street. 

C. W. Lyman Erving, Mass. 

i Farley Paper Co Farley, Mass. 

A. M. Cheney & Co Orange, Mass. 

M. F. Sampson : Warwick, Mass. 

For List of Public Toll Stations in the various cities and towns, see pages 
26-32, Section I, and 8-19, Section II, of the Official Directory. 

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Metal Trades Directory 

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Histories of 

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Branches : 



Home Office: 

206=210 Meadow Street, 
New Haven, Connecticut 



47 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

174 Grand St., Waterbury, Conn. 

320 Main St., New Britain, Conn. 

85 Main St., Norwich, Conn. 
46 Harrison Ave., Springfield, Mass. 240 Bank St., New London, Conui 

182 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 

387 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

30 Cottage Row, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Gothic St., Northampton, Mass. 



ATHOL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 121 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Jennison Horace, 1623 Main, A C 
Mellen D. Edward, 326 Main 
Stearns 0. F., 189 Marble 

VISE MFRS. 
ATHOL MACHINE CO., 86 South— See front col'd p 
VII 

WALL PAPER EXHIBITOR MFR. 
Hager Willard, 1707 Main, A C 

WALLET MFRS. 
BATES BROTHERS, 33 Island— See p 157 

WATCHMAKERS AND REPAIRERS. 

Bosworth Levi (repairer), 339 South 

Cleveland E. Edwards, 437 Main 

FOYE G. 0. & SON, 374 Main— See p 160 

Horton H. Lester, 1619 Main, A C 

Rickey George W., 1580 Main, A C 

ROBBINS ALBERT F., 435 Main— See outside cover 

THOMAS CHARLES A., 467 Main— See p 160 

WATER COMPANY. 

Athol Water Co., office 166 Exchange 

WINDOW FRAME MFRS. 
BREAYER GEORGE S., 1695 Main— See p 156 
Ellis Edwin & Son, 201 Water, A C 
Stratton Bros. & Co., Railroad pi n depot 
TYLER ARTHUR F., 900 Main— See inside front cover 

WINDOW SHADES AND CURTAIN FIXTURES. 
FRENCH JOHN E., 358 Main— See outside cover 
TOWER ALBERT R., 379 Main— See front col'd p VI 

WOOD DEALERS. 

Degg Anthony, 513 Silver Lake 

Hunt & Ashford, Sanders n Chestnut 

Kilburn Eden E., Templeton road, A C 

MOORE EDMUND, 44 Kennebunk, A C— See p 164 

Southland Fred M., 2006 Main, A C 

WOOD TURNER. 
PECKHAM H. MARSHALL, Railroad pi opp depot— See 

p 167 

WOODEN WARE DEALERS. 
FAY HENRIE C, 479 Main— See outside cover 
FROST & WHITCOMB, 34 Grove opp Summit House, A 

C— See p 162 
LEE SAMUEL, 1477 Main, A C— See p 163 
PAIGE C. F. & CO., 454 Main— See front col'd p V 
SMITH CLIFFORD II., 1465 Main, A C— See p 162 

WOOLEN MFRS. 
Kauifman William H., Fryville 
MILLERS RIVER MFG^CO., office 71 Chestnut Hill av 

n covered bridge — See p 157 
Partridge E. E., Partridge ville 



INDEX TO OUT-OE-TOWN ADVERTISERS. 



Ale and Linger (Wholesale). 

Van Nostrand A. G., 40 Alford, Charlestown, 
Alass front col'd p IX 

Architectural Metal Works. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, 

opp page 
Artificial Stone. 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire, 
Boston, Mass 168 

Artificial Stone Walks. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co., 192 Devonshire, Boston. 
Al ass front col'd p VIII 

Asphalt Floors. 

Aiurtfeldt W. A. Co., 192 Devonshire, Boston, 

front col'd p VIII 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire, 
Boston, Mass 168 

Asphalt Roofing. 

Aiurtfeldt W. A. Co., 192 Devonshire, Boston, 

front col'd p VIII 

Bags and Bagging. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston. ... 161 

Bottlers (Ale and Lager). 

Van Nostrand A. G., 40 Alford, Charlestown. 
Alass front col'd p IX 

Brewers (Ale and Lager). 

Van Nostrand A. G., 40 Alford, Charlestown, 
Alass front col'd p IX 

Box Mfr. 

WestF. AI., 148 Worthington, Springfield 168 

Bungs and Taps (all kinds) ( 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston.... 161 

Concrete Paving. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co., 192 Devonshire, Boston, 

front col'd p VIII 
Copper Gutters. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Bos- 
ton opp page 

Cooperage Stock and Supplies. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston 161 

Coopers' Tools (all kinds). 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston. ... 161 

Cornices for Buildings. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Bos- 
ton opp page 

Flags for Coopers. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston.... 161 

Galvanized Iron Work for Buildings. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, 

U A A XT ° PP Page 

Heads and Headings. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston 161 

Hoop Dealers. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston 161 

Iron Roofing. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 883 Harrison av, Boston, 

opp page 
Iron Work for Buildings. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 368 Harrison av, Boston, 

. , a opp page 

Iron and Steel. 

Hobson, Seaman 4 Co., 97 John, New York, 

front col'd p VIII 



Keg and Bucket Mfrs. and Dealers. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston.... 18 1 

Lumber Dealer. 

West F. M., 148 Worthington, Springfield.... 16 

Machinists and Machinery Mfrs. 

Garvin Machine Co., Spring and Varick, New 
York opp pag 

Metal Ceilings. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, 

opp pag. 
Metal Shingles. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, I 

opp pag. 
Metallic Skylights. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, 

opp pagi 
Mill Floors (Waterproof). 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire, 
Boston, Mass 16 

Milling Machines. 

Garvin Machine Co., Spring and Varick, New 
York opp pagi I 

Needle Wire. 

Hobson, Seaman & Co., 97 John, New York, 

front col'd p VII I 

Oil Cabinets and Tnnks. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston.... 16 

Packing Box Mfr. 

West F. M., 148 Worthington, Springfield.... 16 

Pavers (Asphalt and Concrete). 

Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire, 
Boston, Mass 16 



Pen Mfrs. (Steel). 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., 26 John, New York. 17) 

Skylights (Metallic). 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, 

opp pag* 
Stable Floors. 
Simpson Bros. Corporation, 166 Devonshire, 
Boston, Mass 161 

Steel Mfrs. 

Hobson, Seaman & Co., 97 John, New York, 

front col'd p VII 

Steel Pen Mfrs. 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., 26 John, New York. IT. 

Steel Wire Mfrs. 

Hobson, Seaman & Co., 97 John, New York, 

front col'd p VII" 

Tanks and Vats. 

Lang & Jacobs Co., 357 Atlantic av, Boston. ... 16 

Tar Concrete. 

Murtfeldt W. A. Co., 192 Devonshire, Boston, 

front col'd p VII] 

Telephone Company. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 
Boston opp 12( 

Ventilators. 

Van Noorden E. & Co., 383 Harrison av, Boston, : 

opp pag* 
Wire Mfrs. 

Hobion, Seaman & Co., 97 John, New York, 

front col'd p VII]; 



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* 


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x 


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Rockville. 




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& 


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j Deep River, 

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/ Springfield, 
•< West Springfield and 

' Chicopee. 

j Holyoke and 

1 South Hadley Falls. 

Pittsfield. 

j Northampton and 

' Easthampton. 
Fitchburg. 
Leominster. 
j Clinton and 

' Lancaster. 

( Athol and 

« Orange. 
Gardner. 

j Winchendon and 
1 Ashburnham. 
Great Barrington. 
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Histories of 

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Home Office: 

206=210 Meadow Street, 
Branches: New Haven, Connecticut . . . 

47 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

174 Grand St., Waterbury, Conn. 

320 Main St., New Britain, Conn. 

85 Main St., Norwich, Conn. 
46 Harrison Ave., Springfield, Mass. 240 Bank St., New London, Conn. 

182 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 

387 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

30 Cottage Row, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Gothic St., Northampton, Mass. 



ATHOL TOWN OFFICERS. 



Elected March 1, 1897. 



Selectmen, W. H. Mellen, C. F. Eicharclson, H. L. Hap- 
good. 

Assessors, J. F.' Whit comb, Charles A. Carruth, H. L. Hap- 
good. 

Town Clerk, J. D. Holbrook. 

Treasurer, Samuel Lee. 

Collector, Samuel Lee. 

Overseers of Poor, W. D. Smith, A. W. Tyler, Henry Gray. 

Eegistrars of Voters, J. D. Holbrook, clerk, H. M. Hum- 
phrey, George H. Foy, Converse Ward. 

Constables, Wm. E. Jaquith, Chas. F. Smith, Orrin P. 
Ellis. 

Auditor, P. B. Swift. 

Field Drivers, W> L. Thrower, S. C. Perham. 

Fence Viewers, Lilley B. Caswell, George H. Cragin. 

Pound Keeper, Cyrus Smith. 

Surveyors, Wood and Bark, 0. A. Scott, J. D. Snow, 
George S. Brum 

Surveyors of Lumber, B. M. Eice, F. A. Haskins, George 
S. Brewer, A. M. V. Hager. 

Sextons, Willard Hager, Joel E. Drury, H. C. Dunton, J. 
F. Sawtelle, George Goddard, John Glennon, M. F. 
Gage, Martin Burke, Asa Smith. 

Measurer of Leather, George A. Bennett. 

Surveyor of Shingles, Solon W. Lee. 

Public Weighers, A. W. Tyler, A. 1ST. Ellis, A. P. Eichard- 
son, Edmund Moore, C. L. Morse, A. F. Stratton. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, C. L. Morse. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Officers, George W. Horr, 
Thomas H. Goodspeed, L. B. Caswell, A. J. Hamil- 
ton. 

Population of Athol from 1790. 



1790, 


848 1860, 






2,604 


1800, 


993 1865, 






2,814 


1810, 


. 1,041 1870, 






3,517 


1S20. 


. 1,211 1875, 






4,134 


1830, 


. 1,325 1880, 






4,307 


1840, 


. 1,591 1885, 






4,758 


1850, 


. 2,034 1890, 






6,319 


1855, 


. 2,395 1895, 






7,360 



124 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 



Valuation. 








Eeal estate, 




$3,094,596 


Personal estate, 


. 






743,470 


Total valuation, 








3,841,036 


Rate of taxation, . 








23.50 


Poll tax, 








2.00 


No. of polls, 


. 






2,087 


No. of horses, 








861 


No. of cows, . 








391 


No. of other neat cattle, 








94 


No. of sheep, 








48 


No. of dwelling houses, . 








1,311 


Total No. of taxpayers, 








2,773 


Total tax for state, county 


and town purposes, 


$94,368.56 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Office 206 Exchange. 

Board of Engineers — Fred A. Haskins, Chief; James Mc- 
Manamy, William Murdock, District Chiefs; W. 
Lord, Clerk. 

Steamer Pequoig, No. 1 — Irving L. Wood, James H. Mc- 
Donald, Engineers. 

Steamer Athol, No. 2 — E. E. Gilson, Engineer; Walter E. 
Reynolds, Assistant Engineer. 

Pequoig Hose, No. 1 — Thomas H. Sunderland, Captain; 
Daniel Jardine, Lieutenant; W. B. Gould, Clerk. 

Despatch Hose, No. 2— C. T. M. Smith, Captain; A. E. 
Barrows, Lieutenant and Clerk. 

Athol Hose, No. 3— J. G. Cobb, Captain; William Trask, 
Lieutenant; Louis F. Maynard, Clerk. 

Star Hose, No. 4 — Fred F. Cleary, Captain; H. N. Phelps, 
Lieutenant; A. C. Porter, Clerk. 

Union Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1 — Walter E. Morse, 
Captain; Charles McCrillis, Lieutenant; F. W. Flos- 
dorf, Clerk. 

Tully Hook and Ladder Co., No. 2 — George A. Carrick, 
Captain; A. E. McReel, Lieutenant; George A. Rich- 
ardson, Clerk. 



FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. 

District No. 1. 
12 — Main cor. Water. 
14 — Beacon cor. Wheeler. 
16 — Main cor. Summer. 
24 — Main opp. Summit House. 
26 — Hapgood cor. Riverbend. 
32 — Central cor. Park. 
34 — Main cor. Green. 
36 — Green cor. Kennebnnk. 
42 — Main cor. Pleasant. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 125 

46 — School cor. Main. 

52— Old Main at junc. Kendall Mill. 

54 — School cor. Riverbend. 

56 — Crescent cor. Chestnut Hill. 

62 — Main cor. Mechanic. 

District No. 2. 
5 — L. S. Starrett's shop. 

13 — Crescent cor. Wellington. 

15 — Chestnut cor. Cottage. 

21 — Sanders cor. Chestnut. 

23 — Sanders cor. Hapgood. 

25 — South cor. Exchange. "Opera House." 

31 — Main cor. Crescent. 

35 — Exchange cor. Pequoig av. 

41 — Main cor. Island. 

43 — Main cor. Exchange. 

45 — Main cor. Freedom. 

51 — South cor. Freedom. 

53 — Cottage cor. Hapgood. 

61 — Walnut cor. Union. 

63 — Main cor. Mount Pleasant. 

In addition to the above the following alarms will be used: 
3, all out. School alarm — 4 blasts repeated 8 to 8.15 
a. m.,no morning session; 4 blasts repeated 12 to 12.15 
p. m., no afternoon session; 5 blasts only, general 
alarm; 6 blasts repeated, brush fire; 7 blasts only, shut 
oft all currents at electric light station. Special call 
— 1-1 — 1-1 — 1-1, firemen to respond to engine house 
promptly. Steamer calls — 1 blast only, Pequoig 
Steamer; 2 blasts only, Athol Steamer; 1 blast at 9 a. 
m. and 9 p. m. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

School Committee — C. A. Chapman, term expires 1900; 
Ellen M. Bigelow, term expires 1898; George D. Bates, 
term expires 1900; W. D. Luey, term expires 1898; 
Lucien Lord, term expires 1899; Dr. James Oliver, 
term expires 1899. 

Superintendent, W. Scott Ward. 

Teacher of Music, Mrs. S. T. Smith. 

Teacher of Drawing, Miss Lizzie Rogan. 

High School. — School street. Principal, F. C. Avery; Miss 
Mary Hadley, German; Miss Mary Epps, Latin; Miss 
Julia Strong, English; Miss Gertrude Farr, Mathe- 
matics. 

Grammar School. — Miss Ellen M. Bigelow. 

Eighth Grade. — Isabelle D. Knaut. 

Highland School. — Miss Ellen E. Clark, Miss Annie Weth- 
erbee, Miss Lena Adams, Miss Annie Rogan. 

Main Street School. — Miss Anna Tenney, Miss Carrie J. 
Stevens, Miss Agnes Coolidge, Miss Lila Rogan. 



126 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Lake Park School. — Miss Jessie Kemp, Miss Josephine 
Haire, Miss Clara Jackson, Miss Harriet Clapp, Miss 
Elizabeth Hersey. 

Silver Lake School. — Miss Addie Flagg, Miss Julia Burke. 

Hapgood Road School. — Miss Bertha Matthews, Miss 
Mabel ]e Marsh. 

Pleasant Street School. — Miss Minnie Stockwell. 

Partridge vi He School. — Miss Grace Bliss. 

South Athol School.— Miss Ella Bemis. 

Chestnut Hill School. — Miss Margaret Willard. 



CHURCHES. 



First Baptist Church — Organized 1813. Walnut, corner 
Church street. Pastor, Rev. J. N. Shipman; Deacons, 
C. F. Tandy, P. H. Bliss, A. C. Porter, A. M. White; 
Treasurer, H. S. Goddard; Clerk, Charles W. Wight; 
Organist, Mrs. George H. Foye; Sunday School Super- 
intendent, W. A. Forrester. 

First Evangelical Congregational Church — Organized 
1830. Chestnut street near Main, A. C. Pastor, Rev. 
Rolla G. Bugbee; Deacons, Ira Y. Kendall, Oren M. 
Lawton, Elbridge E. Spaulding, A. R. Tower; Church 
Clerk, C. K. Wood; Treasurer, Charles A. Chapman; 
Parish Officers, Clerk, H. M. Humphrey; Treasurer, 
C. A. Chapman; Sunday School Superintendent, Oren 
M. Lawton; Assistant, George H. Wood; Chorister, 
Oren M. Lawton; Pianist, Nellie M. Drury. 

St. John's Parish (Protestant Episcopal) — School corner 
Park avenue, A. C. Rector, Rev. C. J. Shrimpton; 
Clerk, R. William Waterman; Treasurer and Col- 
lector, A. A. Hyatt; Assistant Collector, Frank E. 
Smith; Executive Committee, R. AVilliam Waterman 
(Chairman and Secretarv),Mrs. Ernest Shriver, M. B. 
Dow, Frank H. Markoe,' E. D. Chase, J. M. Temple, 
Franklin McNay, A. A. Hyatt, Frank E. Smith; 
Choir Master and Organist, Ernest Shriver; Sunday 
School Superintendent, Rev. C. J. Shrimpton. 

Methodist Episcopal Church — Organized November 30, 
1851. Main corner Crescent. Pastor, Rev. John H, 
Mansfield; Trustees, 0. J. Stockwell, E. L. Twitchell, 

A. S. Davis, L. C. SaAvin, T. W. Savage, George N. 
Thompson, James Oliver, L. S. Starrett, 0. S. 
Latham; Recording Steward, Chester Chapin; Treas- 
urer, A. N. Priest; Chorister, A. S. Davis; Organist, 
Mrs. N. S. Beebe; Sunday School Superintendent, L. 

B. Caswell; Assistant, Howard Douglass. 

South Athol Methodist Church— Church erected 1836. 
Pastor, Rev. H. G. Buckingham; Treasurer, Lucius W. 
Rice; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Edna Hager; Trus- 
tees, Mrs. Edna Hager, L. W. Rice, Howard Hager, 
A. W. Tufts, Emery Hager; Chorister and Organist, 
Miss Stella Slv; Superintendent Sunday School, A. 
W. Tufts. 



ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 127 

First Congreg;ational Unitarian Church — Organized Au- 
gust 29, 1750. Main corner Liberty streets, Athol 
Centre. Pastor, Eev. Silas W. Sutton; Clerk, Samuel 
Lee: Parish Committee, Lcancler B. Morse, Othello 
A. Fay, James F. Whitcomb, Dennis Gage, Henry B. 
Cheney; Treasurer, Joseph A. Holton; Collector, Den- 
nis Gage; Superintendent Sunday School, Eev. S. W. 
Sutton; Chorister, William S. Wiggins; Organist, Miss 
Elsie Balcom. 

Second Unitarian Church — Incorporated June 11, 1877. 
478 Main street. Pastor, Eev. Carl G. Herst; Clerk, 
Frank E. Wing; Treasurer, W. G. Johnson; Executive 
Committee, George D. Bates (Chairman), Parke B. 
Swift, Henrie C. Fay, William S. Hinman, William 

D. Luey, Frank E. Wing, Lucien Lord, Edgar Y. 
Wilson, William G. Johnson; Sunday School Super- 
intendent, Lucien Lord; Organist, Mrs. L. M. Lind- 
sey; Sexton, William C. Murdock. 

Second Advent Chapel— Organized May 17, 1863. 1287 
Main, Athol Centre. Pastor, Eev. M. A. Potter; 
Elders, Ensign Marsh, J. Frank Sawtelle; Deacons, 
Horace Mann, George Stockwell; Trustees, Henry W. 
Stratton, J. Frank Sawtelle, Horace Mann; Secretary, 
Oscar T. Brooks; Treasurer,Charles E. Marsh; Sunday 
School Superintendent, Oscar T. Brooks; Organist, 
Miss Jennie Sawtelle; Sexton, Charles E. Marsh. 

St. Catherine's Church (Eoman Catholic) — Organized 
1882. Park avenue corner Allen street. Eector, Eev. 

E. F. Martin; Organist, Aileen Leonard; Sunday 
School Superintendent, J. W. Donovan; Sextons, J. 
W. Donovan, P. J. Fitzgibbon. 



SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 

Ancient Order United Workmen, Artisan Lodge, No. 86 — 
Lodge instituted July 26, 1887. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month in Knights of Pythias Hall, 
Bank Block, 386 Main. Master Workman, Hugo 
Engel; Eecorder, A. E. Dunklee; Financier, Charles F. 
Foye; Eeceiver, J. W. Clayton. 

Helping Hand Association. Auxiliary to Artisan Lodge, 
No. 86, A. 0. U. W.— Organized May 23, 1889. An- 
nual meeting third Saturday in December. President, 

E. Y. Wilson; Secretary, Charles E. Taft; Treasurer, 

F. W. Flosdorf. 

Athol Cycle Club — Eooms Parmenter Block. President, 
W. L. Whitnev; Secretary, H. M. Butler; Treasurer, 
W. L. Whitney; Captain, W. P. Hamilton. 

Athol Eod and Gun Club — Eange near Central Park. Club 
meets for practice every week on Thursday afternoon. 
President, J. G. Albee; Secretary and Treasurer, C. 
A. Thomas; Captain, C. Flagg. 



128 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Athol Sportsmen's Club — 384 Main street. President, 
George D. Bates; Secretary, C. F. Amsden; Treasurer, 
W. G. Johnson. 

D. 0. IL, Andreas Hofer Lodge, No. 601 — Meets last Sat- 
urday in each month at Lucien Lord's Hall, Sanders 
street. 0. B., George Kugler; Secretary, John Tribel- 
hom; Treasurer, F. J. Hause. 

High School Alumni Association — President, Roy C. Os- 
good; Secretary, Mary A. Holton; Treasurer, Harry 
L. Doane. 

Knights of Honor, Acme Lodge, No. 523 — Organized 
March, 1877. Regular meetings first and third Thurs- 
days of each month in Grand Army Hall, 466 Main 
street. Dictator, A. J. Hamilton; Reporter, I. L. 
Wood; Financial Reporter, C. A. Perry; Treasurer, 
0. T. Brooks. 

Millers River Medical Society — Embracing towns in the 
northwestern part of Worcester county and eastern 
part of Franklin. Annual meeting held on the first 
day of January; regular meetings held on the first 
Thursday of each month. President, E. N. Mullins, 
M. D., Baldwinville; Secretary and Treasurer, Lilley 
Eaton, M. D., Athol Centre. 

Patrons of Husbandry, Athol Grange, No. 175 — Regular 
meetings every Friday evening at Good Templars' 
Hall, 1479 Main street, A. C. Master, C. A. Drury; 
Treasurer, Dennis Gage; Secretary, Mrs. M. J. Tooley. 

Poquaig Club — Rooms, Academy of Music, 184 Exchange 
street. President, Hon. Charles Field; Secretary, 
Fred W. Lord; Treasurer, Converse Ward. 

U. 0. G. C, Pequoig Commandery, No. 345 — Meets first 
and third Thursdays of each month in Temple of 
Honor Hall, 39 Exchange street. N. C, Dr. Lilley 
Eaton; K. of R., Daniel E. Gilkey; F. K. of R., Miss 
Fannie E. Hunt; W. T., H. W. Harris. 

Worcester Northwest Agricultural and Mechanical Society 
— Grounds located Main street corner Petersham 
road, Athol Centre, Mass. Annual meeting second 
Monday in December. Annual Fair first week in Oc- 
tober. President, B. W. Spooner, Petersham; Secre- 
tary, J. H. Humphrey, Athol Centre; Treasurer, T. 
H. Goodspeed, Athol Centre; Yice Presidents, J. F. 
Whitcomb, Athol Centre; J. R. Davis, Gardner; W. H. 
Lee, New Haven, Conn.; G. H. Kelton, Petersham; 
J. H. Waite, Baldwinville; F. H. Sprague, Orange; 
W. H. Brock, Athol Centre; John Brooks, Temple- 
ton; Trustees, A. F. Tyler, Athol; H. IT. Wakefield, 
Tully; E. W. Ellis, Athol Centre; A. J. Raymond, 
Royalston; C. W. Bates, Phillipston; G. H. Cragin, 
Athol Centre; H. W. Goodman, North Dana; John 
Swan, Athol; Auditors, H. M. Humphrey, Athol Cen- 
tre; Henry Gray, Athol Centre; Delegate to State 
Board, Thomas H. Goodspeed, Athol Centre. 



ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 120 

Young Men's Christian Association — 216 Exchange street. 
President, 0. T. Brooks; Recording Secretary, H. S. 
Godclard; Treasurer, A. J. Hamilton; Directors, L. S. 
Starrett, W. H. Brock, A. M. White, L. B. Caswell, 
J. W. Clayton, Charles E. Marsh, C. M. Pierce. 



MASONIC. 

Athol Lodge, F. & A. M. — Eegular Communications Wed- 
nesday on or before full moon, in Masonic Hall,Chest- 
nut corner Main, A. C. W. M., Frank L. Hood; S. 
W., Henry W. Harris; J. W., Frank E. Wing; Treas- 
urer, Henry Gray; Secretary, Wor. Joseph A. Holton; 
S. D., George E. Gibbs; J. D., Chas. W. Sawyer; Or- 
ganist, Wm. S. Wiggins; Tyler, John E. Wood. 

Star Lodge, F. & A. M. — Regular Communications first 
Monday of each month, at Masonic Hall, Main street. 
W. M., Henrie C. Fay; S. W., George S. Alien; J. W., 
Arthur E. Albee; Treasurer, Wor. George H. Foye; 
Secretary, Wor. William -H. Heustis; S. D., Albert N. 
Ellis; J. D., Eugene C. Gaynor; Tyler, John D. 
Smith. 

Union Royal Arch Chapter — Regular Convocations third 
Tuesday of each month, at Masonic Hall. M. E. H. 
P., James F. Whitcomb; E. K., Henry W. Harris; 
E. S., Frank L. Tourtellott; Treasurer, Converse 
Ward; Secretary, Frank E. Wing; C. of H., Fred 
H. Fav; P. S., Frank J. Hause; R. A. C, Frank 
W. Gourlay; Tyler, John D. Smith. 

Athol Commandery, K. T. — Stated conclaves first Wednes- 
day of each month, in Masonic Hall, Richardson's 
Block, 503 Main street. E. C, Edmund C. Shepard- 
son; Gen., Henry W. Harris; C. G., Frank E. Wing; 
Prelate, Edgar V. Wilson; Ass't Prelate, Rev. Charles 
J. Shrimpton; S. W., James F. Whitcomb; J. W., 
John E. French; Treasurer, Fred W. Lord; Recorder, 
Henrie C. Fay; Std. Br., Ansel T. Ward; Swd. Br.', 
Frank W. Gourlay; Warder, Cyrus M. Peirce; Senti- 
nel, George M. Gerry. 

Themis Chapter, No. 30, 0. E. S.— Meets first Friday even- 
ing in each month in Masonic Hall, 503 Main street. 
W. M., Mrs. Mary B. Gage; W. P., Frank E. Wing; 
Secretary, Mrs. Helen Stevens; Treasurer, Mrs. Sadie 

S. Chenev. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Canton Athol, No. 60, Patriarchs Militant, I. 0. 0. F.— 
Regular Cantonment first Thursday of each month. 
Meets in Odd Fellows' Hall, 39 Exchange street. 
Captain, W. C. Murdock; Lieutenant, E. E. Gilson; 
Ensign, G. H. Cragin; Clerk, W. S. Lyman; Account- 
ant, C. L. Fay. 

Mt. Pleasant Encampment, No. 68, I. 0. 0. F. — Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Fridays of each month at Odd Fellows' 



130 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Hall, 39 Exchange street. C. P., W. S. Lyman; H. P., 
E. B. Newton; S. W., F. W. Gourlay; Scribe, G. A. 
Sprague; Treasurer, G. N. Kendall; J. W., G. L. 
Davis. 

Tully Lodge, No. 136, I. 0. 0. F.— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, 39 Exchange street. 
N. G., A. J. Lawton; V. G., J. H. McDonald; Secre- 
tary, E. C. Mahogany; Treasurer, H. C. Fay; Perman- 
ent Secretary, G. A. Spragne. 

Banner Rebekah Lodge, No. 89, I. 0. 0. F. — Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, 39 Exchange street. N. G., Etta P. Cragin; V. 
G., May E. Mayo; Secretary, Alice J. Bigelow; Treas- 
urer, Maria L. Morse; Financial Secretary, Mabel L. 

Goodrich. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Corinthian Lodge, No. 76, K. of P. — Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Pythian Hall, 386 Main street. C. C, 
James H. McDonald; K. of R. and S., Frank H. 
Niles; M. of F., George A. Richardson; M. of E., Les- 
lie E. Smith; M. at A., William E. Weeks. 

Athol Co., No. 25, IT. R. K. of P.— Meets first Monday 
evening of each month at Pythian Hall, 386 Main 
street. Captain, E. D. Peasley; First Lieutenant, W. 
E. Weeks; Second Lieutenant, Howard Douglass; Re- 
corder, A. J. Wilson; Treasurer, J. V. C. McDonald. 

Myrtle Assembly, No. 13, P. S. K. of P. — Meets second 
and fourth Friday evenings of each month at Pythian 
Hall, 386 Mam street. C. C, Mrs. A. H. Drury; K. 
R. S., Mrs. R, L. Doane; M. E., Mrs. R. L. Whipple; 
M. of F., Mrs. W. E. Weeks; M. at A., Mrs. F. G. Cof- 
fin; A. M. A., Mrs. C. Clapp; M. 0., Mrs. J. H. 

Toombs. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Silver Social Temple of Honor, No. 8 — Instituted Febru- 
ary 9, 1883. Meets every Wednesday evening at Tem- 
ple of Honor Hall, 39 Exchange street. S. Presiding 
Templar, Mrs. R. L. Whipple; Recorder, Miss Lizzie 
E. Garfield; Financial Recorder, C. Powers; Treasurer, 
W. Cleveland. 

I. 0. G. T., Summit Lodge, No. 62, Athol Centre— Meets 
Monday evenings in Grange Hall, 1479 Main street, 
Athol Centre. Chief Templar, Alton E. Fuller; Sec- 
retary, Mary A. Holton; Financial Scretary, Nellie M. 
Drury; Treasurer, A. W. May. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union — Regular meeting 
first Friday afternoon of each month. President, Mrs. 
Ann is Sears; Recording and Corresponding Secretary, 
Mrs. Addic A. Stevens; Treasurer, Mrs. Emeline P. 

Twichell. 

G A. R. 

Parker Post, No. 123.— Organized June 8, 1870. Meets 
second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 131 

in G. A. R. Hall, 1626 Main street, Athoi Centre. 
Commander, A. M. White; S. V. C, L. 13. Hastings; 
J. V. C, F. R. Thomas; Surg., James Oliver, M. U.; 
Chaplain, George F. Parish; Adjutant, Charles E . 
Taft; Q. M., George W. Stevens; 0. D., 11. A. Ban- 
croft; 0. G., I. S. Merrill; S. M., 11. W. Stevens; Q. 
M. S., George D. Marsh. 

Hubbard V. Smith Post, No. 140— Organized Feb. 22, 
1882. Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings in 
G. A. R. Hall, 466 Main street. Com., Pliny F. Nims; 
S. V. C, Chas. H. Parmenter; J. V. C, Geo. C. Taft; 
Adjutant, L. H. Sawin; Q. M., Levi Bosworth; Surg., 
F. L. Lord; Chap., J. S. Jobbins; 0. D., John Killay; 
0. G., John A. Grout; S. M., John C. Blake; Q. M. S., 
William Dinsmore. 

Hubbard V. Smith, W. R. C, No. 82— Organized Feb. 22, 
1887. Meets first Tuesday evening and third Tues- 
day afternoon of each month in G. A. R. Hall, 466 
Main street. President, Mrs. Sarah L. Smith; S. V. 
P., Mrs. Mary F. Wood; J. V. P., Mrs. Ella A. Drury; 
Secretary, Mrs. Etta A. Flagg; Treasurer, Mrs. Angie 
M. Hines. 

Post No. 3, M. of R. — Meets second and fourth Thursday 
evenings in each month in G. A. R. Hall, 1626 Main 
street, Athol Centre. Commander, Emma E. Moore; 
Vice Commander, Carrie Pond; Secretary, Abbie A. 
Hill; Treasurer, Lillian Stevens. 



SONS OF VETERANS. 
Gen. W r . T. Sherman Camp, No. 65 — Organized May 26, 
1886. Meets every Friday evening in G. A. R. Hall, 
466 Main street. Captain, W. L. Frink; 1st Lieuten- 
ant, Frank A. Merrill; 2d Lieutenant, Waldo E. Fay; 
Q. M. Sergeant, G. F. Heustis. 

ATHOL BOAKD OF TRADE. 
Meets at Poquaig Rooms, 184 Exchange street. 
President, George D. Bates; Vice President, Levi B. Fay; 
Treasurer, Frank S. Parmenter; Secretary, Lucien 
Lord; Executive Committee, Thos. H. Goodspeed, 
Augustus Coolidge, William D. Luey, A. F. Tyler, 
0. T. Brooks, W. H. Brock, H. L. Hapgood, Fred W. 
Goodman, J. W. Clayton. 



ATHOL PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Library, 274 School street. The Library is open Mon- 
days and Wednesdays from 2 to 5 p. m., Satur- 
days from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 
Library Committee chosen at the annual March Town 
Meeting. Trustees — Chairman, Rev. C. J.Shrimpton; 
Secretary, Mrs. Sarah L. Smith; Rev. S. W. Sutton, 
Miss Ellen M. Bigelow, L. B. Caswell, Lucien Lord; 



132 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Librarian, Mrs. Mercie S. Doane. The Library was 
established in 1878, when the Athol Library Associa- 
tion made the donation of its collection of 1,063 vol- 
umes to the town. The present number of volumes 

is 5,000. 

CEMETERIES. 

Silver Lake Cemetery — 336 Silver Lake street. 

Highland Cemetery — Oil" 1886 Main street, A. C, between 
Bears Den road and Summer street. 

Old Indian Cemetery — Hapgood street near Hampstead 
place. 

Catholic Cemetery — 101 Vine, A. C. 

Chestnut Hill Cemetery — Royalston road above Townsend 
road. 

Old Cemetery — Entrance, 98 Pleasant street, A. C. 

Pleasant Street Cemetery — Eoot of Pleasant beyond New 
Sherborn road, A. C. 

Lower Village Cemetery — Mt. Pleasant corner North Or- 
ange road. 

ATHOL POST OFFICE. 
Bank Block, 380 Main street corner Exchange. 

Postmaster, Justin W. Clayton. 

Assistant Postmaster, Miss Minnie E. Slate. 

Money Order Clerk, Bernice Piedalue. 

Mailing Clerk, James N. Keefe. 

Stamp Clerk, Gertrude A. Piedalue. 

Office hours, from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. except Saturdays, 
when it closes at 9 p. m. Open on Sundays from 10 
to 10.45 a, m. 

Closing and Arrival of Mails. 

City of Boston, Maine, Eastern New Hampshire, Rhode 
Island and Fitchburg close at 6.45 a. m. 

City of Boston, Maine, Eastern New Hampshire, Eastern 
Massachusetts, Fitchburg and Way Stations close at 
11.50 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. 

Due at 10.10 a. m. and 2.50 and 5.40 p m. Closed mails 
from Boston are due at 9.50 p. m. 

New York State, Western States and Territories, Ontario, 
Vermont and Western Massachusetts close at 9.35 a. 
m. and 5.15 p. m. Due at 12.15 and 7 p. m. 

New York City, Southern States, Springfield and Way 
Stations (via Boston and Albany road), close at 3.10 
p. m. Due at 9.45 a. m. 

Closed mail closes for Springfield, New York City, Mid- 
dle and Southern States (via Boston and Albany road), 
at 7.30 a. m. 

Petersham mail closes at 12.15 p. m. Due at 11 a. m. 
Summer mail closes at 10.30 a, m. and 6 p. m.; arrives 
at 9.15 a. m. and 4.45 p. m. 

North Orange mail closes at 12.15 p. m. Due at 9.30 a. m. 

Phillipstoii mail closes at 6.30 a. m. and 12.15 p. m. Due 
at 9. iO a. in. and 1 p. m. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 133 

Athol Centre mail closes at 9.30 and 11.15 a. m. and 2.30 
and 6.25 p. m. Due at 9.30 a. m. and 2.30 and 5.30 
p. m. 

Closed mail from Western States due at 3.45 a. m. 

Closed mail from Springfied, Mass., due at 8.45 p. m. 



ATHOL CENTRE POST OFFICE. 
1497 Main. 
Postmaster, Edwin B. Horton. 
Assistant Postmaster, Mary A. Holton. 

Mails Close. 
West, 9.20 a. m., 5 p. m. 
East, 11.35 a. m., 6.20 p. m. 
Springfield, 2.20 p. m. 
Athol, 9.20 a. m., 2.20 and 5 p. m. 

Mails Arrive. 
East, 10.30 a. m., 6 p. m. 
West, 12.45 p. m., 7. 20 p. m. 
Springfield, 10.30 a. m. 
Athol, 10.30 a. m., 11.45 a. m., 3 and 7.20 p. m. 



SOUTH ATHOL POST OFFICE. 
Postmaster, William H. Snow. 
Assistant Postmaster, Mrs. Addie E. Snow. 
Mails close — 9.00 a. m. and 3.20 p. m. 
Mails Open — 9.30 a. m. and 3.48 p. m. 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 

Incorporated April 2, 1721. Shire Towns — Worcester 
and Fitch burg. 

County Commissioners, Emerson Stone, Spencer, term ex- 
pires 1898; George W. Cook, Barre, term expires 
1899; H. C. Taft, Uxbridge, term expires 1897. 
Elected for a term of three years. 

Clerks, the Clerk of Courts, ex-ofncio. 

Meets at North Court House, Worcester, on the fourth 
Tuesday of March, third Tuesday of June, second 
Tuesday of September and fourth Tuesday of Decem- 
ber. 

Register of Deeds, Harvey B. Wilder, Worcester; salary, 
fees. Term expires 1898. Elected by the people. 

Register of Deeds, Worcester Northern District, D. H. 
Merriam, Fitchburg; salary, fees. Time expires 1898. 
Elected by the people. 

County Treasurer, E. A. Brown, Worcester; salary, 
$2,200. Term expires 1898. 

Sheriff, Robert H. Chamberlain, Worcester. Elected for 
a term of three years. Term expires January, 1899. 

District Attorney, Herbert Parker; Assistant, Arthur I. 
Rugg. 



134 ATHOL DIEECTOEY. 

Deputy Sheriffs, J. M. Drennon, Worcester; Charles Sib- 
ley (at court), Worcester; James Early, Worcester; 
David H. Hayter and William W. Scott (at court), 
Worcester; W. Ansel Washburn (at jail), Worcester; 
Eoswell L. Doane, Athol; W. H. Eichardson,Ashburn- 
ham; Sylvester Bothwell, Barre; John Nugent, Black- 
stone; W. F. Tarbell, East Brookfield; John P. San- 
ger, North Brookfield; Charles A. Bartlett, Clinton; 

B. D. Dwinnell (at jail), Fitchburg; J. J. Sheehan, 
Fitchburg; Charles H. Potter, Fitchburg; H. G. 
Green, Fitchburg; E. W. Merrick, Holden; Henry A. 
Turner, Gardner; N. E. Metcalf, Leominster; Abbott 
A. Jenkins, Milford; Henry C. Snell, Milford; Hamil- 
ton Boyd, Northbridge; Francis D. Newton, South- 
boro; Henry P. Draper, Spencer; Franklin Jacobs, 
Southbridge; C. W. Nichols, Templeton; E. 0. Bacon, 
Uxbridge; Eobert Callahan, Winchendon; Maurice P. 
Clare, Webster; William Magner, Westboro; Walter A. 
Putnam, Warren; Emory A. Bacon, West Boylston; 
Frank H. Baldwin, West Boylston. 

Judge of Probate, William T. Forbes, Westboro. Ap- 
pointed for life by the Governor. 

Eegister of Probate, George H. Harlow, term expires Janu- 
ary, 1899. Assistant, Fred H. Chamberlain, time ex- 
pires January, 1897. 

Jailers, at Fitchburg, Benjamin D. Dwinnell; at Worcester, 
E. H. Chamberlain. Appointed by the Sheriff. 

Commissioners to qualify Civil Officers, Charles B. Boyce, 
Charles D. Burrage. 

Justices of the Peace, Lilley B. Caswell, Frederick E. 
Davis, Othello A. Fay, Sereno E. Fay, Charles Field, 
Charles Field, Jr., Thomas H. Goodspeed, Henry W. 
Harris, Andrew J. Hamilton, George W. Horr, Al- 
pheus Harding, Enoch T. Lewis, Gardiner Lord, Wil- 
liam D. Luey, A. H. Lyman, Ebenezer S. Proctor,Levi 

C. Sawin, Sidney P. Smith, Parker B. Swift, Joseph 
A. Titus, Frank E. Wing, Cornelius W. Wilson, Edgar 
V. Wilson. 

Notaries Public, Othello A. Fay, Charles Field, Andrew J. 
Hamilton, George W. Horr, Enoch T. Lewis, Sidnev 
P. Smith, Edgar V. Wilson. 



COURTS. 



Court House in Fitchburg; located on Church, Elm and 
Hart well streets. Charles H. W T hittemore, Janitor. 

Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts — Chief Justice, 
Walbridge A. Field, Boston. Salary, $7,500. Associ- 
ate Justices, Charles Allen, Boston; Oliver Wendell 
Holmes, Jr., Boston; M. P. Knowlton, Springfield; 
James M. Morton, Fall Eiver; John Lathrop, Boston; 
James M. Barker, Pittsfield. Salary, $7,000 each. 

Aitoruey General, Hosea M. Knowlton, New Bedford. Sal- 
ary, $5,000. 



ATHOL DIRECTORY. 135 

Clerk of Courts, Theodore S. Johnson, Worcester. 

Terms of the Courts for Worcester County — At Worcester, 
Jury Terms, second Tuesday in April; Law Term, 
third Monday after the second Tuesday in Septem- 
ber. 

Superior Court — Chief Justice, Albert Mason, Brookline. 
Salary, $6,500. 

Associate Justices, John W. Hammond, Cambridge; Caleb 
Blodgett, Boston; Justin Dewey, Springfield; Edgar 
J. Sherman, Lawrence; James R. Dunbar, Brookline; 
Robert R. Bishop, Newton; Daniel W. Bond, North- 
ampton; Henry K. Braley, Eall River; John Hopkins, 
Millbury; Elisha B. Maynard, Springfield; Franklin 
Gr. Fessenden, Greenfield; Charles S. Lilley, Lowell; 
James B. Richardson, Boston; Henry N. Sheldon, 
Boston; Francis A. Gaskill, Worcester; John H. 
Hardv, Arlington; Henry War dwell, Salem. Salary, 
$5,500 each. 

District Attorney, Herbert Parker, Lancaster, elected by 
the people for the term of three years. Term expires 
January, 1899. 

Clerk of Courts, T. S. Johnson, Worcester; elected by the 
people for a term of five years. Term expires Jan- 
uary, 1902. 

Terms of the Court for Worcester County — For civil cases, 
at Fitchburg, the second Monday of June and Novem- 
ber. At Worcester, the first Monday of March and 
the second Monday of December. 

For criminal cases, at Fitchburg, the third Monday of 
August. At Worcester, the third Monday of January, 
the second Monday of May and the third Monday of 
October. 

First District Court of Northern Worcester — Justice, 
Charles Field, Athol. 

Associate Justices, James A. Stiles, Gardner; Sidney P. 
Smith, Athol. 

Clerk, Charles B. Boyce, Gardner. 

Sessions for civil business, first and third Saturdays of each 
month at Gardner; second and fourth Saturdays of 
each month at Athol. 

For criminal business, at Gardner and Athol, or at either 
of said towns as public convenience may require. 

Court of Probate and Insolvency — Probate Office at South 
Court House, Worcester. Judge, William T. Forbes, 
Westboro. Appointed for life by the Governor. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency, George H. Harlow, 
Worcester; elected by the people for a term of five 
years. Term expires January, 1899. Assistant Reg- 
ister, F. II. Chamberlain. 

Terms — At Worcester, on the first, second, third and fifth 
Tuesdays, and by adjournment on every Friday of 
each month, except August. At Fitchburg, on the 
fourth Tuesday of each month, except August. 



136 ATHOL DIRECTORY. 

Probate Session at 9 a. m. 

Insolvency Session, Tuesday at 2.30 p. m.; Friday at 10 
a. m. 

STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Executive Department — Governor, Roger Wolcott, Boston; 

salary, $8,000. 
Lieutenant Governor, W. Murray Crane, Dalton; salary, 

$2,000 and mileage. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth, William M. Olin, Boston; 

salary, $3,500. 
Treasurer and Receiver General and Tax Commissioner, 

Edward P. Shaw, Newburyport; salary, $5,000. 
Auditor, John W. Kimball, Fitchburg; salary, $3,500. 
Attorney General, Hosea M. Knowlton, New Bedford; 

salary, $5,000. 
Councilor, Allen J. Joslin, Oxford. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

President, William McKinley of Ohio; salary, $50,000. 
Vice President, Garrett A. Ilobart of New Jersey; salary, 

$8,000. 
Secretary of State, John Sherman of Ohio; salary, $8,000. 
Secretarv of the Treasury, Lyman J. Gage of Illinois; sal- 
ary," $8,000. 
Secretary of War, Russell A. Alger of Michigan; salary, 

$8,000. 
Attornev-General, Joseph McKenna of California; salary, 

$8,000. 
Postmaster-General, James A. Gary of Maryland; salary, 

$8,000: 
Secretary of the Navy, John D. Long of Massachusetts; 

salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Interior, Cornelius N. Bliss of New York; 

salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of Agriculture, James Wilson of Iowa; salary, 

$8,000. 



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columns of choice, well selected, wholesome reading. All the news from 
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style. Stories, sketches, poetry, illustrated matter, agricultural information, 
brief, pointed editorials, and an abundance of general miscellaneous reading 
furnished every week. 

Says the SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN: "The Athol Transcript is one 
of the best of the model western Massachusetts weekly papers. It is edited 
with intelligent tact and real newspaper ability. Athol shows her good sense 
in appreciating so excellent a home institution." 

The BOSTON HERALD says: "The Athol Transcript is one of the ablesl 
organs of public opinion to be found in the rural press of Massachusetts." 

Reaching all classes of people and read by all, the Transcript has no superioi 
as an Advertising Medium." 

TERMS: One year, $1.50; 6 months, 75c; 3 months, 50c; ALWAYS I> 
ADVANCE. 



BOOK 
and JOB 



Printing... 



Equipped throughout with New Type, New Presses, Power Paper Cutter 
Water Motor, and new material generally, enabling us to do EVERY KINIj 
OF PRINTING promptly, cheaply and elegantly. Skilled workmen, lov; 
prices, accurate work. Orders by mail quickly filled. Commercial and Balj 
Printing, Wedding Cards and Book Work a specialty. 

THE ATHOL TRANSCRIPT CO. 

Proprietors. 
20 to 26 EXCHANGE STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 155 



The Cottager Company, 

Incorporated 1896. 

PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS. 



The Cottager.... 

for 1897-8 will be more interesting, more useful, more desirable 
than ever. Under its new editorial control, it will continue and 
improve those features which have already given it an unpre- 
cedented circulation in Central New England. 50 cents a year. 



Other publications of The Cottager Company are the popular weeklies, 
"Our Church Record" and " Progress," each $1.00 a year. 

Among the score of papers printed by The Cottager Company for other 
parties are the popular monthly, " The Healthy Home" (referred to below); 
" Our Country Church" " The Mt. Hor Herald," " Deer field Valley 
Endeavor er" and "Connecticut Valley Congregationalist" The Cottager 
Company have facilities for this kind of work which are unsurpassed even in 
the large cities, and the office is equipped for every kind of JOB PRINTING 
from a label to a poster. 



The Healthy Home.... 

Printed by the Cottager press and published by W. H. BROCK 
& COMPANY, is accredited by Rowell's Newspaper Directory 
with the largest circulation of any paper devoted to hygienic 
topics in all America. It is invaluable in the household. 50 
cents a year. 



156 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEANDER B. MORSE. FRANK F. MORSE. 

L. MORSE & SONS, 

Manufacturers of 

FOLDING CRIBS, BOW CRADLES 

Towel Racks, Tables, Wash-Stands, Etc. 
MECHANIC STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 



Manufacturer of 



MATCH SPLIHTS, 

^.^rr) zbose shoozs. 

OFFICE AND FACTORY, 

HAPGOOD, near RIVERBEND ST., ATHOl CENTRE, MASS. 

GEORGE S. BREWER, 

Box Manu f actti rer 

Window Frames and Mouldings. 
Carpet Cleaning, Etc. 

1695 Main, cor. Pleasant St., - Athol Centre. 



Manufacturer of all kinds of 

Boxes and Packing Cases. 

Planing Mill, Saw Mill, and Lumber Dealer. 

Railroad PI., opp. Depot, Athol, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



157 



BATES BROTHERS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



33 ISLAND STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BLANKETS AND SATINETS. 

OFFICE, 

71 Chestnut Hill Av., near Covered Bridge, Athol, Mass. 

J. WE»JH±iY GOODMAN'S » O IN W, Manufacturers of 

:oixjXjXa:r:d ^L3\rx> pool t^.bjl.zesi, 




Wholesale and 
Retail. 

Our tables are 
used and approv- 
ed by nearly all 
the Leading 
Manufacturers 
and Dealers from 
Maine to SanFran- 
cisco, also Canada 
Billiard Cushions 
and 
Billiard Goods 
of nearly every 

description. 
Agents for Latest 
Pneumatic Cush- 
ion. 

ATHOL, MASS. 



CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. 

FARMS AND BUILDING LOTS SURVEYED. 

STREETS, PUBLIC GROUNDS AND PRIVATE ESTATES LAID DUT IN THE BEST MANNER. 

Special attention given to the making out of Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, 
Wills, Etc., and the examination of Titles. 

Office, Room 2 Bank Block, 386 Main cor. Exchange St., ATHOL, MASS. 

BORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.^I 



158 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AUGUSTUS COOLIDGE, 

INSURANCE aMBEAL ESTATE AGENT 

Coolidge Block, 
607 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

JOHN L. KING, 

General Agent 

State Mutual life Assurance Company, ef Worcester, Mass. 

Room 6, Bank Block, 

386 Main, cor. Exchange Street, - Athol, Mass. 



DANIEL P. KIMBALL, 








| I HIM mm IIVMtfttlll HlNUIIIftllVlf, 

ROOM ii, 
456 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

J. A. TITUS, 

Attorney and Notary Public, 

Grand Army Building, 

I 
466 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 159 



O. TOXjIMAN, 

DENTIST. 

Gives Vegetable Vapor, Gas or Ether. 

Alvatunder applied to the gums for Painless Extraction of teeth . 

Fine Artificial Teeth a Specialty. 

387 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

CHARLES FIELD, JR., 

Room (8), BANK BLOCK, 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 

386 Main, corner Exchange St., Athol, Mass. 




Parlor Shoe Store. 

A good assortment always on hand, 
and all goods warranted as repre- 
sented. 

Repairing promptly attended to. 

496 Main Street, - Athol, Mass. 

ATHOL CLOTHING CO., 

CUTTING, DEXTER & BARRUS, Proprietors. 

ONE OP FOUR STORES 
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. 

The Leading Clothiers in this 
part of Massachusetts. 

NORTH ADAMS, ORANGE, ADAMS and ATHOL. 

431 MAIN ST., ATHOL, MASS. 



160 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. C. MOSES, President. F. R. DAVIS, Treas. and Supt. 

The Athol Gas and Electric Co. 

ALSO DEALERS IN 

Q--A-© STOVES, 

OFFICE, (1) BANK BLOCK, 386 MAIN ST., 
STATION and WORKS, 123 SOUTH ST., ATHOL, MASS. 

&. O. FOYE &z SON, 

Watches, Fine Jewelry, Diamonds and Silverware. 

SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES 

Correctly Fitted by Graduate Optician. 

FINE WATCH REPAIRING AND ENCRAVINC. 

374 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

CHARLES A. THOMAS, 

Jeweler and Optician 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. 
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 
CAREFUL ATTENTION GIYEN TO FITTING SPECTACLES 
AND EYEGLASSES. 

467 MAIN STREET, - ATHOL., MASS. 

HENRY ARSENAULT, 

Drugs and Chemicals, 

TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES. 



PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS, 

Or sent by Mail, or Express prepaid on receipt of price. 

444 MAIN STREET, - ATHOL, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 161 



Progressive Sellers of 



DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, CORSETS, 

Hosiery, Domestics, Cloaks, Kid Gloves, 
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Infants' Furnishings, Table Linen. 



DRESSMAKERS. 



Associated Store at GREENFIELD. 

406-408 MAIIV STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

Branch Store, 1572 Main St., Athol Centre. , 

L. R. AMSDEN, 

Dealer in 

COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS, 



Carpets, Crockery, China, Glassware, Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Refrigerators 
and Baby Carriages. 

37 to 41 Exchange St., Athol, Mass. 



STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Good work done, and prompt delivery when promised. 

W. B. WHITTEMORE, Prop., 
155 Main Street, near opp. P. ©., Athol, Mass. 



LANG & JACOBS CO 

W. S. HIXON, Treas. 



ooperage Stock, 




ALL KINDS OF COOPERS' TOOLS. 

Oil Cabinets, Tanks, Pumps and Filters. Makers of Casks, Hogsheads, Barrels and Kegs, all 
izes. Also dealers in second-hand packages of every description. Sole manufacturers of Wiley's Patent 
md Noyes' Improved Oil Saving Cabinet Tanks, all sizes, for Grocers, Mills, Railroads, Steamships, 
:nd wherever oils are used. No person handling or retailing oils can afford to be without them. Send 
or new catalogue, just issued. Agents American Oil Cabinet Co. 

mlephone call 772 boston. 357 AND 359 ATLANTIC AVE., BOSTON, MASS. 



162 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



William H. Frost. 



James F. Whitcomb. 



FROST <£ WHITCOMB, 



Dealers in 



FORNACES, RANGES and PARLOR STOYES. 

Lead and Iron Pipe. Pumps of all kinds. Water, Gas and Steam 
Piping, and Plumbing done in a satisfactory manner. 

Agents for Deering Harvester Co. Tin Roofing a Specialty. 

34 GROVE ST., opp. Summit House, ATHOL CENTRE, MASS. 



353- 1ML. Xj^XV, 



PLUMBING AND HEATING. 

Tin Plate, Sheet Iron and Copper Work in all their Branches. 

321 MAIiV ST., ATHOL, MASS,! 

CLIFFORD H. SMITH, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Tinware, Plumbing] 

STEAM and GAS FITTING. 
ROOFING and WOODEN WARE. 

Special attention given to Blowers, Blow Piping, and Tin Roofing. All order 
will receive prompt attention. 



1465 MAIN STREET, 



ATHOL CENTRE, MASS. 




C. M. BRIG6S, 

Steam, Has and lot Water Heating! 

PLUMBING, 

And Dealer in 

Akron Sail Glazed Vitrified Sewer and Drain Pipfj 

Plumbers' Supplies, Iron and Lead Pipe. 
Brass Goods of all kinds. 

JOBBINGandREPAIRINC 

1 Church, cor, Main St, Athol, Mass, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 163 



SAMUEL LEE, 

SOLE AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED 

Government Waterproof Paint, 

Assuredly the BEST mixed Paint Sold. 



BUILDERS' AND GENERAL HARDWARE, 

Farming Implements, Wire Fencing, Belting;, Paints, 
Oils and Varnishes. 

GLAZED WINDOWS, SASH, DOOKS AND BLINDS. 



correspondence: solicited. 



Fuller Block, 14=77 Main Street, - ATHOL CENTRE. 



Public Station Long Distance Telephone. 



JAMES SUTHERLAND, JR. 
177 AOTCT • • cut flowers and plants 

FlAJIilOl. SUPPLIED FOR ANY OCCASION. 

Artistic Funeral Designs a specialty at snort notice. 



202 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - ATHOL, MASS. 
JT. 'W. DONOVAN, 

PEOPEIETOB 

ME PEQUOIG BLOCK BARBER SHOP 

AND BATH ROOMS. 



First-Class Work in all its Branches. 



120 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 



164 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DEALER IN 




WOOD AND COAL. 

Wood of all kinds sawed, split and delivered to order at snort notice 
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

SAW 31ILL, PETERSHAM ROAD. 

Office and Residence, 44 Kennebunk Street, ATHOL CENTRE 
CORNELIUS QUINLAN, 

IceDea 

Conant Road, 

Corner 
Eiceville Road, | 

ATHOL, MASSi 

■ 1 

MILLER 

And Dealer in 

Grain, Meal, Feed, Flour, Baled Hay, Straw and Poultry Supplies 

I have a large building for rent, three stories high, water power, only- 
three minutes' walk from the depot. 

<SO Freedom Street, - - ATHOL, MASS 



A. D. POTTER, Orange. 
If. N. POTTER & SONS, Greenfield. W. N. POTTER & CO., Charlemon 

POTTER & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

FLOUR, GRAIN, MEAL, FEED, SALT, HAY AND STRAW 

POULTRY SUPPLIES AND COAL. 

503 South, Foot of Exchange Street, - ATHOL, MASS; 



ADVERTISEMENTS. ] <).> 



F. K. DATIS, 

DOMES TIC BA KERY. 

Home-made bread, pastry, plain and fancy cakes, etc. 
5 arties, picnics and weddings supplied on reasonable terms, 
lot brown bread and beans every Sunday morning, and canned 
^oods. 

No. 15 EXCHANGE ST., ATHOL, MASS. 



SANDY KITCHEN AND ICE CREAM PARLORS. 

The coldest and most delicious soda water in town. Our candies are 

made daily of the best and purest materials. Ice Cream at 

wholesale and retail, served winter and summer. 



Pequoig Block, 4S6 Main St., ATHLOL,, MASS. 

J±. B3. LITCHFIELD, 




DEALER. 



2154 Main Street, Athol Centre, Mass. 

MONROE F. GAGE, 

Sexton of Silver Lake Cemetery. 

Special attention given to Lawn Work. 



Also Trucking of all kinds. 



335 PEQUOIG AVENUE, ATHOL, MASS. 



166 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DEALER IN 



GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, 

GRAIN and FEED. 

621 Main Street, opp. M. E. Church, - ATHOL, MASS, 



FREDERIC H. FAY 



CHARLES L. FAY 




EflY § FHY, 

Imm and Marketmen 

FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, 
HAY AND STRAW. 



1493 Main St., next Door PostofficeJ 

ATHOL CENTRE. I 



3E3C ■ H m Jtrt X Ct -B±j5 9 

DEALER IN 

PINE, CHESTNUT AND HEMLOCK LUMBER. 

Manufacturer of 

Packing Boxes, House Finish, Etc. 




DEALER IN BALED HAT. 

SOUTH ATHOL, - MASS. 

ATHOL BRICK CO. 

BRICK 



Manufacturers of 



Building 

Purposes.; 



R. A. BAILEY, Secretary and Manager. 

P. 0. Box 948, ATHOL. 

Bricli Yard Road, - - ATHOL. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



16V 



CHARLES BURDICK, 




Estimates furnished and work promptly 

executed, either in Athol or 

adjoining towns. 

143 SOUTH MAIN ST., ATHOL, MASS. 



Estimates furnished for all classes of building. 

Dwelling Houses a specialty. Job 

work promptly attended to. 



LUMBER DEALER. 

Office and Residence, 57 Church St., 




ATHOL, MASS. 



EDWARD FREDETTE, 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

AND STAIR BUILDER. 




FINE HOUSE FINISHING 

A SPECIALTY. 

TERRACE AVE., Near EXCHANGE ST., ATHOL, MASS. 



H. M. PECKHAM, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

STAIR AND BALUSTRADE WORK, PIAZZA PDSTS, ETC. 

Wood Turning and Cabinet Work in all its branches. 

. . . Railroad Place opposite Railroad Station, . . . 



168 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FRANK W. GLEASON, 

MASON, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. 

100 Allen Street, 




Blacksmith. 

Horse Shoeing, Wlieeiwrigliting and 
Jobbing. 

MAHV STREET, 

Near Petersham Road, - ATHOL CENTRE, 



JSTEUCHATBli OR. S£33TSSS3Xj 
ASPHALT FLOORS, 

CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, 





D 



ARTIFICAL STONE WALKS. 

Simpson Bros. Corporation 

166 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

JT. 3VE. WEST, 

Box Manufacturer. 

Packing Gases in Snooks, Large or Small Lots. 



POLISHED WOOD BOXES AND SMALL WOODEN BOXES, FRAMES, 
Etc. DEALER IN NATIVE PINE LUMBER. 



148 and 150 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. \<)<) 



DEALER IN 



HORSES, CARRIAGES, 

SLSIGHS, 

ROBES, HARNESSES, BLANKETS 

AND ALL KINDS OP 

HARNESS GOODS. 



BALED HAT AND STRAW A SPECIALTY, 

BY CAR, TON OR BALE. 



244 MAIN STREET, ■ ATHOL, MASS. 

O. "OT^ MOORE!, 

;, Livery, Feed 

and Sale Stable. 

Carriage at Depot on arrival 
of trains for Conveyance of 
Passengers and Baggage. 

76 Exchange Street, Telephone Call ig- 2 . ATHOL, MASS. 




linrj, Board anil M Stalls. § 

Hacks furnished for Funerals and Weddings. 

First-class Teams at Reasonable Prices. 

Barges furnished for Large or Small Parties 

19 COMMON STREET, ATHOL CENTRE, MACS, 

And GREENFIELD, MA8S 
12 



.iifllilK 




170 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Petersham and Athol Stage Line. 

SUMMER TIME TABLE — Leave Petersham for Athol at 7.30 a. m. and 

3 p. m. Leave Athol Post Office for Petersham at 10.30 a. m. 

and 6 p. m. 

Between November 1 and May 31, stage will leave Petersham for Athol 

at 9 a. m. and leave Athol Post Office for Petersham at 12.30 p. m. 

Orders Left at C. F. Paige & Co.'s, Athol, or at Post 
Office, Petersham. 

E. FRANK KELTON, Proprietor. 



Freight and Baggage Express 

SPECIAL TRUCKS AND APPARATUS FOR MOT1JJG 

Safes, Machinery, Boilers, Pianos and 

FURNITURE. 

152 WALNUT ST., 
^THOL, - MASS. 

EXPRESSMAN. 

JOBBING DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE MOVING OF PIANOS. 




Stable rear of 2d Unitarian Church, 

UNITY PLACE near MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

MARSH &c TTTIfclVEJEfc, 



LIVERY, SALE and 
BOA RDING S TABLE. 

HAY AND GRAIN. 

Also proprietors Phillipston and ^ 
Athol Stage Line. 

Leave Athol Post Office 7 a. m. and TJ 

12.45 p. m. * 

Leave Phillipston 8.30 a. m. and 2 15 a 

p. m., daily except Sundays. m 

Telephone 88-4. fe 



54 GREEN STREET, - ATHOL CENTRE, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 171 



PEQUOIG HOUSE 

EOBEET 0. INSLEE, Manager. 

The Popular House of Athol. Rates, from $2.00 to $3.00 per Day. 

Since the enlargements made at this establishment, it has all the modern 
improvements and conveniences. Free coach to and from all trains. Central 
to all Business Houses. Table first-class. 

Boarding Stables Connected walla House. 

416 MAIN STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 

SUMMIT HOUSE 

1 503 MAIN STREET, 
THE HIGHLANDS, ATHOL, MASS. 

This house is under new management ; first-class in every respect. Rooms 
large and airy, table unexcelled ; in fact, a first-class place for first-class people. 

GOOD LIVERY CONNECTED. 

FRANK B. KENDRICK, Proprietor. 



M. C. LEONARD, Proprietor. 

No. 448 MAIN ST., ATHOL, MASS. 

Centrally Located. 
Good Accommodations for Transient and Permanent Guests* 

This House has recently been Renovated. 

WINDSOR HOUSE, 

32 and 34 EXCHANGE ST. 



EXCHANGE ST. HOUSE, 

46 to 52 EXCHANGE ST. 

Rates, $1.00 per Day, with Steam Heat and all Modern Improvements. 
FRANK H. BALL, Proprietor. 

, MASS. 



IV 2 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Sunnyside House, 

Mrs. S. L. METCALF, Prop. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS ACCOMMODATED. 

first-class table. 
460 south street, athol, mass. 

ATHOL HOUSE, 

MIL.TOX O. PERHAM, Proprietor. 

NEW HOUSE. NEW FURNITURE. 

First-class Accommodations. 

RATES, r $2.00 A DAY. 



Traverse Street, Opposite Depot, - ATHOL, MASS. 
ALBERT J. WILSON, 

Billiards and Pool Room 




-DEALER IN- 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

456 MAIN ST., 

-A.th.ol, - Is^Cass. 






To write well use 

ESTERBROOK'S 

STEEL PENS. 

Leading Nos. 048, 14, 130, 333, 239, 313. 

ALL STATIONERS HAVE THEM. 

The Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., 

26 John St., New York. 




CARD 
CATALOGUED, 



172 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Sunnyside House, 

Mrs. S. L. METCALF, Prop. 
TRANSIENT AND WEEKLY BOARDERS ACCOMMODATED. 

FIRST-CLASS TABLE. 
460 SOUTH STREET, ATHOL, MASS. 



ATHOL HOUSE, 

MILTON O. PERHAM, Proprietor. 

NEW HOUSE. NEW FURNITURE. 

First-class Accommodations. 

RATES, r $2.00 A DAY. 



Traverse Street, Opposite Depot, - ATHOL, MASS. 



ALBERT J. WILSON, 

and Pool Room 




-DEALER IN- 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

456 MAIN ST., 

-A.th.ol, - Ivlass. 




To write well use 

ESTERBROOK'S I 

STEEL PENS. 

Leading Nos. 048, 14, 130, 333, 239, 313. 

ALL STATIONERS HAVE THEM. 

The Esterbrook Steel Pen Co., 

26 John St., New York. 



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MAP OF OEANGE 




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3. 
Co., 



ORANGE 



DIRECTORY, 



1897. 



CONTAINING 

General Directory of the Citizens, Classified 
Business Directory, Map, Street Directory, 
Town Officers, Churches, Schools, 
Societies, Etc. 



THE PRICE & LEE CO., Compilers and Publishers, 
206-210 Meadow Street, 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 



CARD 
CATALOGUED. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1897, 

By THE PRICE & LEE CO., 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



CONTENTS. 



PAG« 

Abbreviations 7 

Advertising Department 105 

Band 70 

Banks 70 

Board of Trade 91 

Blocks and Buildings 6 

Business Directory 70 

Cemeteries 91 

Census. ... 93 

Churches . ... 86 

Fire Department 85 

Franklin County Officers 92 

G. A. R 90 

Halls 6 

Index to Advertisers 4 

Justices of the Peace 92 

Library 86 

Masonic 89 

Military 90 

Names of Residents 7 

Notaries Public 92 

Odd Fellows 90 

Post Office 91 

Roads 6 

Schools 85 

Societies, Associations, etc 87 

Stage Lines 82 

Stock Companies 82 

Streets and Avenues 5 

Town Officers 85 



SYNOPSIS. 

Names in Directory, 1896 (including 185 removals) 2,498 

Names erased in preparing Directory, 1897 261 

Names added in preparing Directory, 1897 274 

Names in Directory, 1897 (including 168 removals) 2,511 

Changes of address 489 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Ames Henry S 107 

Barnes Frank E , 110 

Blodgett Amos 110 

Davis A. T 108 

Fitts Frank 110 

Foster A. M. Miss 108 

Goodnow O Ill 

Graves H. H Ill 

Laugh ton H. W . cover 

Munro 8. D. Co. The. .front col'd p IV 
National Keg and Box Co., 

front col'd p II 
New Home Sewing Machine Co , 

front col'd p IV 

Orange Clothing Co 108 

Orange Co-operative Bank, 

front col'd p III 



PAGE 

Orange Enterprise 106 

Orange Hardware Co 107 

Orange Journal 105 

Orange National Bank, 

front col'd p III 

Orange Savings Bank, .front col'd p III 

Paige George R 109 

Phillips E. A 108 

Potter A. D .. 109 

Rodney Hunt Machine Co., 

front col'd p II 

Slate A. F 110 

Stratton J. R 107 

Train E. W froDt col'd p IV 

Whitman Grocery Co. .front col'd p III 

Wilson F. E 109 

Wyman D. G 111 



ORANGE STREETS AND AVENUES. 

ADAMS, from 9 King southerly 

ANDREWS COUIIT, off 21 South Main 

BACON, from 60 East Main northerly 

BALL, from 49 West Main northerly 

BATTLE, from Whitney westerly 

BAT ILE LANE, from 92 East Main northerly to Battle 

BEACON, from East Howe northerly to Reynolds av 

BLODGETT, from South Main easterly to Prentiss 

BRIGG8. from Walnut Hill northerly to West River 

BROADWAY, from Winter northerly to Reynolds av and beyond 

BURRILL AVENUE, from South Main easterly 

CARPENTER, from 103 South Main westerly to Pleasant 

CENTRAL, from 23 King southerly 

CHARLES, from Walnut Hill southerlv 

CHASE, from Walnut Hill southerly 

CHENEY, from 10 West River southerly to Carpenter 

CHESTNUT, from Lincoln av northerly to Logan av 

CHURCH, from South Main n Congregational Church east 

CLARK AVENUE, from North Main ab Hunt av easterly 

CLIFTON, from South Main westerly 

COMBS AVENUE, from Walnut Hill southerly 

CONGRESS, from 83 South Main westerly to Fountain 

COTTAGE, from Kelton northerly 

DEPOT, from 25 East Main south to Railroad 

DEXTER, from North Main n Lincoln av northwesterly 

EAST HOWE, from 31 Beacon easterly 

EAST MAIN, from Village Centre to railroad bridge 

EAST RIVER, from 44 South Main easterly towards Athol 

EDDY, from 80 East Main northerly 

EVERETT, from Winter northerly to Lincoln av 

FOUNTAIN, from 36 West River southerly to Spring 

GIBBS COURT, off 40 East Main 

GROVE, from 36 East Main northerly to cemetery 

GROVE COURT, from Grove n cemetery easterly 

HAMILTON, from West River northerly 

HAMILTON AVENUE, east and west from Hamilton 

HAYDEN, from 19 East River southerly 

HIGH, from Prospect west of town hall northerly 

HIGHLAND, from West River southerly 

HOWE, from 21 Mechanic easterly to Bacon 

HUNT AVENUE, from North Main ab Logan av easterly 

KELTON, from Ball westerly to Cottage 

KING, from 82 South Main easterly 

LINCOLN AVENUE, from North Main ab Dexter easterly 

LINDEN AVENUE, from Chase west to Charles 

LOGAN AVENUE, from North Main n baseball grounds easterly 

MAPLE, from Howe northerly to Winter 

MAYNARD, from West River southerly 

MAYO, from 22 High westerly to Summit 

MCCARTHY LANE, from 33 West River northerly 

McKENNA, from Maynard westerly to Briggs 

MECHANIC, from 46 East Main northerly 

MECHANIC COURT, from 8 Mechanic westerly 

MILL, from 69 East Main south, east and north to 91 East Main 

MYRTLE, east and west from 91 South Main 

NEW HOME AVENUE, from N Main easterly to Spring (Highland) 

NORTH MAIN, from Village Centre northerly toward North Orange 

NORTH PROSPECT, from 33 Prospect northerly 

PLEASANT, from from 16 West River southerly 

PRENTISS, from East River southerly 

PROSPECT, from North Main west to Ball 

PUTNAM, from Cheney westerly to Walnut Hill 

RAILROAD, from Water west to South Main 

REYNOLDS AVENUE, from North Main easterly to Broadway 

SCHOOL, from North Main east to Grove 

SHELTER, from 89 West Main northerly 

SHERMAN AVENUE, from Mechanic ab Logan av easterly 



6 ORANGE ROADS, BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

SHUMWAY, from Highland to Brings 

SOUTH MAIN, from Village Centre southerly 

SPRING— see Beacon 

SPRING, from 51 Pleasant westerly 

SUMMER, from 17 Mechanic easterly to Bacon 

SUMMIT, from 19 Prospect northerly 

SUNSET TERRACE, head of Ball 

WALKER, from Cottage ab Kelton easterly 

WALNUT HILL, from 42 West River southerly to Walnut Hill road 

WATER, from Railroad southwest to South Main 

WEST MAIN, from Village Centre westerlv 

WEST RIVER, from 45 South Main westerly to Holtshire road 

WHEELER AVENUE, northerly from 156 East Main 

WHITNEY, from 98 East Main northerly past schoolhouse 

WINTER, from 97 North Main easterly 



ORANGE ROADS. 

ATHOL ROAD, continuation of East Main to Athol town line 
ATHOL ROAD (North Orange), from Congregational Church south- 
erly to Athol town line 
CHESTNUT HILL ROAD, from West Orange covered bridge 

southerly over Chestnut Hill 
HOLTSHIRE ROAD, from West River south to New Salem town line 
NORTH ORANGE ROAD (middle), continuation of Wheeler av 
NORTH ORANGE ROAD (East), from old Athol road northerly to 

North Orange 
NORTH ORANGE ROAD (West), from North Main northeasterly 

to North Orange 
NORTH NE W SALEM ROAD, from South road southwesterly to 

New Salem town line 
NORTHWEST ROAD, from North Orange road (West) northwesterly 
OLD ATHOL ROAD, from East Main bey Wheeler av northeasterly 

to town line 
SOUTH ROAD, continuation of South Main to New Salem town line 
WALNUT HILL ROAD, from Walnut Hill junction Briggs over 

Walnut Hill 
WARWICK ROAD, from near Goddard & Williams' mill north- 
westerly to Warwick town line 
WEST ORANGE ROAD, continuation of West Main 



BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS. 

Abraham's Temple, N Main 

American House Block, Depot c Railroad 

Brook's Block, E Main 

Coolidge Block, E Main 

Davis Block, 14 and 16 W Main 

French's Block, N Main 

Goddard's Block, E Main c N Main 

Lamb's Block, S Main c*W Main 

Mann's Block, 8 Main c E Main 

Masonic Block. S Main 

Opera House Block, W Main 

Washburn Block, E Main 

Whipple Block, W Main c N Main 



HALLS. 

Masonic Hall, S Main 

Memorial Hall. Prospect c High 

Odd Fellows' Hall, S Main 

Opera House Hall, W Main 

Orange Fraternal Hall. School n N Main 

Pvthian Hall, 16 W Main 

Town Hall, N Main 

United Workmen's Hall, S Main 



ORANGE DIRECTORY 



18 97. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

bds, boards; av, avenue; c, corner; emp, employed; h, house; n, 
near; opp, opposite; pi, place; N, North; E, East; W, West; 
8, South. 



C. T. Mfg. Co., Chase Turbine 

Mfg. Co. 
J. B. R S. Co., Jay B. Revnolds 

Shoe Co. 
L. Mach. Co., Leavitt Machine 

Co. 
N. H. S. M. Co., New Home 

Sewing Machine Co. 



N. Keg and Box Co., National 

Keg and Box Co. 
O. E. Light Co., Orange Electric 

Light Co. 
0. F. Co., Orange Furniture Co. 
O. S. Co., Orange Shirt Co. 
R. H. Mach. Co., Rodney Hunt 

Machine Co. 



Abbott Milan E., laborer, bds Cheney n Putnam 
Abramson Carl, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 21 High 
Adams Amos W., conductor A. & 0. Electric Ry., bds 77 
E Main 
Austin C, emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 8 Fountain n Put- 
nam 
Charles H., drug clerk A. M. Cheney & Co., h 42 E 

Main 
Emily S. Mrs., h off Holtshire road bey Cemetery 
George P., emp Turners Falls, h 77 E Main 
Henry H., agent nursery stock, h 33 N Main 
James S., farmer, h South road 
James W., farmer, h South road 
John C, farmer, bds South road 
Louise S. Miss, emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., bds off Holtshire 
road bey cemetery 
Ager Frederick W., rem to Mechanicsville, N. Y. 
Aiken Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Whitney n E 
Main 
Julia M., widow Benjamin P., bds 4 Summer 
Albee Alvan L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 87 W Main 
Hudson E., h 3 Eddy 
Martha C, widow Albert R., h 84 E Main 
Myron A., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Highland c Walnut 

Hill 
Willard E., watchman X. H. S. M. Co., h 37 Mechanic 
Alcott Charlotte, widow William, bds Hamilton av 
Alden Albert W., h 126 E Main 

Aldrich Adelaide H. Mrs., prop. Hotel Brooklyn 54 S Main 
n E River, h do. 



8 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Aldrich Byron H., retoucher emp George Thompson, bds 

105 E Main 
Clara Mrs., bds 6 Eddy 
D. Henry, h 105 E Main 

Fred, prop. Cooleyville stage line, res Cooleyville 
Hiram B., steam saw mill, h 16 Pleasant 
Julius Mrs., emp Mann & Sprague, rms Cheney c 

Congress 
Alexander George L., blacksmith emp F. M. Cheney, h 

Winter n Mechanic 
Alger Mary T., widow Asenath, h off middle road to North 

Orange 
Allen Elmer E., watchman N. H. S. M. Co., h Bacon c 

Summer 
Hubbard A., emp N". H. S. M. Co., rms 6 King 
Malvina K., widow Willard A., h E Howe 
AMERICAN HOUSE, Harley H. Graves prop., opp depot 

—See p 111 
AMES HENRY S. attorney at law (1) Masonic blk S Main 

h 4 Summer — See p 107 
Mary G., widow Henry G., bds 4 Summer 
Richard W., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 41 Mechanic 
Anderson Aaron, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 13 King 
Aaron N\, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Congress 
Adolph, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Chase bel Spring 
Alfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms W River n Maynard 
August, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 40 Pleasant 
Carl, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 10 Congress 
Carl L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 89 N Main 
Charles 0., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 13 Bacon 
Christian, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Logan av n N 

Main 
Christina, widow Carl, h W River n Maynard 
Claus G., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h E River n Prentiss 
Claus L. (Anderson & Dahley) S Main, h Congress c 

Pleasant 
Claus R., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Chase bel Spring 
Eben H., rem to Boston 
Emma Miss, dressmaker r 12 Myrtle, rms do. 
Frank, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms W River n Highland 
Frank L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds S Main c Myrtle 
Fred, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h E River n ice houses 
Gustaf, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av 
Gustaf, emp E. J. Haynes, West Orange, bds do. 
Henry D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 4 Eddy 
John, emp N". H. S. M. Co., h N Main ab Logan av 
John S., rem to Boston 
John W., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Chase c Walnut 

Hill 
Ludwig, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase bel Spring 
Oscar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off Walnut Hill road n 

North Pond 









ORANGE DIRECTORY. 9 

Anderson Solomon, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h E Howe 
Sven, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Shelter 
& Dahley (Claus L. Anderson and Iver 0. Dahley), 
meat market Bingham's blk S Main 
Andrews George W., teller Orange Nat. Bank, h Bun-ill av 

Warren B., h 21 S Main 
Angell Hiram S., rem to Athol 

Angus Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Pleasant c Myr- 
tle 
Applequist Pierre, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Cottage ab Kel- 

ton 
Armory, Co. E, 2d Regiment M. V. M., Prospect n N Main 
Armstrong Charles M., machinist C. T. Mfg. Co., h Winter 
n Mechanic 
Dwight A., sup't 0. E. Light Co. Lamb's blk S Main, 
h 86 W Main 
Ash Erastus, janitor public schools, h Whitney n E Main 
Richard E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Hotel Brooklyn 
William Ernest, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h Maynard n 
Shiimwav 
Asplin Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 23 High 
Assessors' office, Town Hall n Main 
Astle Will A., machinist C. T. Mfg. Co., h Cottage ab Ivel- 

ton 
Atherton A. Joseph, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 27 E Main 
Atwood Edward II., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Beacon n E 
Howe 
Emma C. Mrs., rem to Athol 
Eorrest E., carpenter, h Mechanic c Whitney 
John, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h 9 Mechanic 
Augusto Santolini, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds r 60 W Main 
Austin William H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress c 

Pleasant 
Avery Ered L., rem to Partridge ville 

BABBITT RINALDO, carpenter, h 16 Mechanic 
Bachelder Elbridge A., fish market 31 S Main n Railroad, 
h 33 W River 

Everett E., clerk E. A. Bachelder, bds 33 W River 

George W. (Hoyt & Bachelder) Hamilton av, h do. 

Henry D., clerk E. A. Bachelder, bds 33 W River 
Bachelor — see Batchelor 
Bacon George ¥., harnessmaker, h 28 W Main 

George H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Bacon 

Homer S., h 16 Carpenter n Pleasant 

Sanford S., h 46 E Main 
Bacqlen Nathan, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 32 Prospect 
Bains George, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Burrill 

av 
Baker Annie L. Miss, stenographer Mann & Sprague, bds 
54 N Main 

Burton, carpenter, h off E Main n elec. car stables 



10 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Baker Edward, carpenter, h Lincoln avnN Main 
Emily L., widow George W., h 54 N Main 
Fred, emp L. Mach. Co., h Kelton n Ball 
George II., pop corn, bds 54 X Main 
Ned H., teamster, h School n W Main 
Roland A. (Woods & Baker), h Walnut Hill opp 

Charles 
S. Frank, rem to Athol 

Will M., surveyor N. Keg and Box Co., h 22 Mechanic 
William C, rem to Baldwinsville 
Ball John H., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h W River c Fountain 
Ballou Adelhert W., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h 33 E Main 
Elvira B. G., widow Levi, h North Orange 
Millard F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Bancroft George L., plumber, steam and gas fitter Depot c 

E Main, rms (7) Lamb's blk S Main 
Bangs Burton C, bookkeeper L. Mach. Co., h off 20 Con- 
gress 
Eliza M., widow John, bds 75 S Main 
John C, bookkeeper Orange Hardware Co., h 32 
Pleasant 
Bannon Charles W., merchant tailor Goddard's blk 3 N 

Main, res Athol 
Barber Arthur J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W Main n shoe 
shop 
Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Bur- 
rill av 
Charles W., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h W Main n 

shoe shop 
Edwin D., carpenter, h Shelter 

Fred W., blacksmith E River n S Main, h 5 Highland 
Philip I., machinist emp L. Mach. Co., h Adams n 
King 
Bardwell Charles M., manager W. IT. Tel. Co., rms Put- 
nam ab Pleasant 
Bargain Shoe Store, Reynolds & Dorr props., (10) Masonic 

blk S Main 
Barker Clarence E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n 

Congress 
BARNES FRANK E. truckman, coal and wood S Main c 
Railroad, h 78 E Main— See p 110 
Francis R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 33 Prospect 
Guy II., bds 33 Prospect 
Herbert, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms Abraham's Temple 

N Main 
John Mrs., h Northwest road to North Orange 
William, farmer, bcls Northwest road to North Orange 
Barney Elmer L., emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main bey 
Wheeler av 
Osman B.. emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 
Wheeler av 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 11 

Barrett Edward C, emp P. R. E,, h n Wendell depot 
Enez, widow Albert L., h 3D Prosped 
Joseph 0., emp N. II. S. M. Co., h W Eiver opp May- 

nard 
Lucius 0., machinist, h 74 S Main 
Walter L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 83 E Main 
Barrows Edgar L., mason, rms 23 E Main 

Edward EL, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Burrill 

av 
George E., prop. Orange Shoe Store, Lamb's blk S 

Main, h 19 Prospect 
Harrison, bds 37 Cheney 
Barms Alvin S., farmer, h off east road to North Orange 

Louis K., rem to Vermont 
Barry Michael C, emp E. H. Mach. Co., h Central bel 

King 
Bartlett Eugene C, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h Chase n Con- 
gress 
Foster A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 7 Highland n W 

Eiver 
Lovina, widow Charles D., bds 7 Summer 
Bartolomei Ernest, confectionery and fruit 27 S Main, h 

do. 
Barton Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Dexter n N 

Main 
Bass Elvira G., widow Chandler W., bds 47 N Main 

Florence M. Miss, emp 0. P. W. Eeading Eoom, bds 

33 -N Main 
Maria L., widow George T., h 33 N Main 
Bassett Hiram, bds 104 E Main 

Linton T., farmer, h 104 E Main 
Batch el or Alfred, farmer, h Prentiss bel Burrill av 
Bates Albert, watchman N. H. S. M. Co., h Pleasant n W 
Eiver 
Dresser T., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h Putnam n 

Fountain 
Frank E., painter, bds Pleasant n W Eiver 
Maria M., widow Levi, rms 21 E Main 
Battey Alonzo E., horse trainer, h W Eiver n Maynard 
George B., emp Chicopee, bds W Eiver n Maynard 
Battles Artemus J., emp Lamb Bros. & Co., h West Orange 
Edwin W., emp Mann & Sprague, bds West Orange 
Eva Miss, emp 0. Shirt Co., rms Winter c Broadway 
James, bds Battle opp Battle lane 
Prudence, widow Edwin, bds Cheney c Congress 
Beaupre Edward, cutter emp Mann &■ Sprague, h 2 Con- 
gress 
John L., emp Mann & Sprague, bds 2 Congress 
Beauregard Hiram F., laborer, h Warwick road, West Or- 
ange 
Beavis James, rem to New York state 
Begor Ezra, emp F. E. E., bds n Wendell depot 



12 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Begor George, rem to Vermont 

Solon, wheelwright, h n Wendell depot 

William, laborer, h n Wendell depot 
Bellows William, emp est. W. H. Connor, rms 6 High 
Bement John R., dentist Mann's blk S Main, h 55 W 

Main 
Bemis Andrew T., box mfr., h West Orange 

Charles H., carpenter, bds 69 W River n Hamilton 

Persis, widow Theodore S., h West Orange 
Bengston Wilhelmina, widow Anders, bds Cottage 
Benjamin Emma Miss, retoucher emp G. H. Carter, bds 7 

King 
Eennett Frank, watchman N. H. S. M. Co., h Central bel 
King 

William B., artist r 20 E Main, bds N" Main n Logan 
av 
Benson Edwin, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 63 E Main 

Jacob, emp N". H. S. M. Co., h Myrtle n Adams 
Bergeison Andrew G., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 29 Heasant 
Bergien Fred, emp 1ST. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 

Wheeler av 
Berglund Charles A., rem to Spencer 
Berry William, emp W. H. KatifTman, h Fryville 
Bervaldi Clymena, widow Alexander, h S Main bel Bur- 
rill av 
Best George II., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off 16 Bacon 
Betterly Fred A., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill 
road 

Gilbert W., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n W River 
Bigelow Lyman E., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h 31 Bacon 
Bigwood Abraham, stone mason, h Orange Plains 

Fred, teamster, h Orange Plains 

Jesse, emp Athol, h Whitney n E Main 
Bingham George W., rem West 

Malvina C. Mrs., h 48 S Main 
Birath Charles A., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Prentiss n E 

River 
Birch Hannah, widow John, bds 7 Highland 

John F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Putnam 

Sylvanus J., rem to Athol 
Birley Eliza, widow Samuel, h Pleasant n Congress 

George, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Pleasant n Congress 
Bjork Johan, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h E River n S Main 
Bjorkland Levin, blacksmith, h Logan av n N Main 
Black James C, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 10 Howe 
Blackmer Nellie Miss, emp Mann & Sprague, bds off Ham- 
ilton av 
Blagbrough Samuel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n 
Congress 

William H., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 3 Eddy 
Blair Frank Z., prop. West Orange House, West Orange 
Blake Alexander H., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Wheeler av 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 13 

Blake Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Pleasanl n Put- 
nam 

George, mechanic, bds Wheeler av 
Henry, mechanic, bds Wheeler av 
Lucia T., widow Horace, h W River c Fountain 
William J., farmer, h east road to North Orange 
Winneld, farmer, h northwest road to North Orange 
Blakely William C., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 2!) \Y Main 
Blicq Joseph H., emp N. II. S. M. Co., h oil: W Main bey 

Shelter 
Bliss Charles L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney c Putnam 
Francis H., carpenter R. H. Mach. Co., h Logan av n 

Mechanic 
Henry 0., clock repairer, h Tully 
Milton P., h Tully 
BLODGETT AMOS? stone mason and building mover, 
stump pulling and truckman 28 W River, h do. — ■ 
See p 110 
Dolly A., widow Nathaniel F., h North Orange 
Elbridge S., painter, h Walnut Hill road 
Maria L. C. Miss, music teacher North Orange, bds do. 
Blomquist Gustaf, carpenter, h Pleasant n Putnam 

John Albin, rem to Sweden 
Blomstrand Frank, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Prentiss n E 

River 
Boase James, rem to England 

Bodman Cleland C, emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 19 E River 
Bolton Fred R., shoe dealer 3 N Main, h 32 E Main 
Bond B. Frank, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mann's blk E 

Main 
Boren Charles 0., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n Beacon 
Bosquet Charles E., blacksmith, h 25 Pleasant 
Felix, plumber, bds 25 Pleasant 
Hector, emp Athol, bds 25 Pleasant 
Horace J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 25 Pleasant 
Boston Dry Goods Store, L. M. Cross & Co. props., Bing- 
ham's blk. S Main 
Bosworth Charles E., clerk Orange Plardware Co., bds 
Mann's blk E Main 
Henry C, wheelwright, li off east road to North 

Orange 
Joel, emp H. C. Bosworth off east road to North Or- 
ange, bds do. 
Lucius E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 78 S Main 
. Rose Mrs., bds 53 E Main 
Boucher J. Oliver, emp A. T. Davis 57 W River, bds do. 
Boutelle Llewellyn W., sup't foundry N. H. S. M. Co., h 

19 Bacon 
Bowers Edward L., ass't sup't N. H. S. M. Co., rms Abra- 
ham's Temple N Main 
Henry, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h Adams n King 
Louis, emp F. R, R., bds r 75 E Main 



14 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

.Bowers Mary E., widow Herbert H., h r 75 E Main 
Bovce Alaric A., clothier, gents' furnishings, etc. S Main 
opp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 19 E River 
Celia, widow Peter, h Old Athol road n town line 
Boyd Francis J., teamster, h S Main n Water 

Hattie B. Mrs., boarding house S Main n Water 
Bradbury Andrew, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n 

Myrtle 
Bradford Charles M., pres. Jay B. Reynolds Shoe Co., h 

Prospect opp Memorial Hall 
Bragg Albert C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms Masonic blk 

Mary S. Miss, bds 65 S Main 
Bragge Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Cheney n Putnam 

John, watchman J. B. R. S. Co., h Hamilton av 
Brairiard Hannah T., widow J. Loring, bds Mechanic c 

Lincoln av 
Branhall William, rem to Newton 
Branson John, laborer, bds off Athol road n E Main 
Brazer Frank A., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 23 Prospect 

Walter A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 14 High 
Breard Frank S., carpet cleaner, wood and ice dealer 

Cheney, h Pleasant c Congress 
Brennan John, emp Nathaniel Cheney, North Orange, bds 

do. 
Bretschneider Alexander, rem to Connecticut 
Brewster Carl H., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Kelton opp Cot- 
tage 
John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Kelton opp Cottage 
Ora A., widow George, h Kelton opp Cottage 
Bridge Lizzie Miss, bds Grove opp School 

Mary A., widow Thomas E., h Grove opp School 
T. Wesley, clerk T. E. Bridge and town clerk and 
treasurer, office depot, bds Grove opp School 
Bridges Arthur K., rem to Thompsonville, Conn. 
Briggs James H., billiards and pool Mann's blk S Main, 
res Turners Falls 
Lewis R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av 
Sabin L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 48 S Main 
Sylvanus B., farmer, h 63 Pleasant 
Warreu F., motorman, h E Main n elec. car stables 
Brigham A. P., emp F. 0. Gaines, bds Hotel Brooklyn 
Britt Lucy A., widow Elhanan, h N Main n Logan av 
Brizze Austin A., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h E River c Pren- 
tiss 
Lora Miss, emp J. B. R, S. Co., rms 18 W Main 
Brock Lucy J. Mrs., housekeeper 26 E Main 
Brodin David, emp Athol, bds 6 Shelter 

John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 6 Shelter 
Brooks Charles C, grocer Brooks blk 18 E Main, h do. 
George, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 22 Mechanic 
George H., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Putnam ab Pleas- 
ant 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 1 5 

Brooks Luan, widow Thomas 0., bds 18 E Main 

Mary, widow George, h 22 Mechanic 
Brown Charles F., machinist L. Mach. Co., h Holtshire 
road n VV River 
Clarence W. (The S. D. Munro Co.) off Mill, h 19 

Mechanic 
Curley H. W., rem to West 
Ernest L., emp 0. Goodnow, E River, bds do. 
Eugene S., emp JSL H. S. M. Co., h 96 E Main 
Henrietta M., widow Ansel G., h 9 King c Adams 
Henry M., machinist L. Mach. Co., bds Holtshire road 

n W River 
James E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Dexter 
Marcus M., clerk, h n Wendell depot 
Merrill, sawyer, bds 11 Howe n Maple 
Minnie, widow Florrie E., h Grove opp cemetery 
Ozro B., laborer, bds Beacon n E Howe 
Winheld S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h School n N Main 
W. Webster, tel. operator, bds n Wendell depot 
Zorada, widow Israel C, h Beacon n E Howe 
Bruce Charles R., shoemaker Water n Railroad, bds 3 Car- 
penter 
Brunelle Joseph, emp F. R. R., bds r 75 E Main 

Louis, stonemason, h Cheney c Carpenter 
Bryant Esther S., widow John D., bds Tully 

John S., real estate agent and manager Bryant's or- 
chestra Lamb's blk W Main, bds Mansion House 
J. Wilson, farmer, h West Orange 
Lyman W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 97 E Main 
Bryant's Orchestra, John S. Bryant manager, Lamb's blk 

W r Main 
Buckingham Herbert G. Rev., pastor Methodist Church, h 

59 S Main 
Buckley Benjamin F., teamster, h off E Main n electric car 
stable 
George E., teamster, h Old Athol road 
George E. Jr., teamster, bds Old Athol road 
Buell Edward M., bookkeeper N". H. S. M. Co., h Congress 
c Fountain 
Phebe G., widow Phineas L., bds Congress c Fountain 
Bugbee Edwin W., grocer West Orange, h do. 
Bullard Coolidge A., farmer, h Walnut Hill road 
Burke John F., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h S Main c Biodgett 
Margaret Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds S Main c 
Biodgett 
Burnell — see Brunelle 
Burns Michael L., barber emp W. H. Stone, bds Mansion 

House 
Burrill Clarence H., manager M. E. Burrill, h S Main c 
Burrill av 
Elmer C, janitor High School, h Putnam n Pleasant 
M. E., grocer S Main c Railroad, h S Main c Burrill 
av 



in ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Bun-ill Villette Mrs., dressmaker Putnam n Pleasant, h do. 

Burrows Clarence, rem to Greenfield 

Burt Albert S., emp S. D. Munro Co., bds 6 Eddy 

Butler Benjamin F., rem to Athol 

Bertram A., emp A. T. Davis 57 W River, rms do. 

Georgie E. Mrs., bds 57 W River 

John F., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 25 Mechanic 

Byrnes Charles P., emp X. Keg and Box Co., h E Main 
bey Wheeler av 

CADWELL LAWRENCE J., engineer 0. F. Co,, h 18 
Bacon 

Calcari Emilio, emp Athol, h r 60 W Main 

Callahan Eugene, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms Abraham's 
Temple N" Main 

Campbell Christina B. Mrs., bds 15 E River 

Cannon Patrick, rem to Wendell 

Canterbury George A., engineer G. H. Lawrence, h Myrtle 
n Hayden 

Carbonia Antonio, fruit stand S Main n Railroad, rms r 60 
W Main 

Carey John R., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Pleasant c Myrtle 

Carlson August, carpenter, bds Pleasant n Putnam 

Carl August, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Carl J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Adams n King 
Carl John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Prentiss n E River 
Frank 0., emp J. B. R, S. Co., h E River c Prentiss 
Gustaf, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Prentiss n E River 
Marion, widow Axel, h Prentiss n E Rive* 

Carlsson — see Karlson 

Carlton George H., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., rms 81 E Main 

Carmichael George W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n 
Beacon 

Caron Peter, emp S. D. Munro Co., rms 42 W Main 

Carpenter George R., ditching and draining Clifton n S 
Main, h do. 
Robert E., farmer and butcher, h South road 

Carr Calvin P., foreman J. B. R. S. Co., h Ball opp Pros- 
pect 

Carroll Lucius E., farmer, h North Orange 

Carrnth Fred P., trav. salesman, h Sunset Terrace head ol 
Ball 

Carter Frank H., barber S Main c E River, h 31 E Main 
George B., photographer Bingham's blk S Main n E 
River, h 19 Prospect 

Cary Fred E., engineer A. D. Potter, h 35 Mechanic 

Case} Richard 1L, emp ]\ T . H. S. M. Co., h 1 Central 

Cass Lewis H., emp R. II. Mach. Co., h Beacon n E 
Howe 

Cassidy William J., rem to Baldwinville 

Caswell Almon 0., teacher, bds Walnut Hill road 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 17 

Caswell George B., laborer, h Walnut Hill road 

Myron A., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., bds 86 S Main 
Cates Nathan A., stone mason, bds S Alain c Burril] av 
Central Cemetery, Grove 

Evangelical Congregational Church, S Main n \V 

River 
House, Chester A. Hinds prop., S Alain c Water 
Park, Eugene AV. Lamb manager, on Athol road one 

mile from center 
School, N Main c School 
Chace John B., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h Hamilton av c Ham- 
ilton 
Theodore W., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 98 S Main 
Chadwick Martha E., widow Samuel, bds 80 E Main 
Chamberlain Chloe E., widow Edwin, bds Warwick road, 

West Orange 
Chandler A. Belle Miss, music teacher, bds 79 S Main c 
Congress 
Charles, h 79 S Main c Congress 
Chapin Julia, widow John, bds 6 Grove 

Tamar II., widow Myron, bds 11 Ball 
Chapman Ann Eliza, widow Andrew, bds 4. School 
Charbonneau Alfred S., emp 0. F. Co., bds S Main n 

Water 
Chase Adaline, widow Freeman, bds 51 N Main 

Aquilla W., emp N. H. S. M. Co. and leader New 

Home Band, h Winter n Mechanic 
Bert, laborer, h Old Athol road n town line 
Dennison, pres. Chase Turbine Mfg. Co., h S Main 

bel Congress 
Edwin D., ass't snp't K Keg and Box Co., h 98 E 

Main 
Ephraim F., rms 20 E Main 
Fred H., carpenter and picture frame mfr. Dexter n N" 

Main, h do. 
George W., contractor N". Keg and Box Co., h 124 E 

Main 
Hattie F., widow Albert D., dressmaker 8 Summer, 

bds do. 
Lucinda S. Miss, dressmaker Mann's blk S Main, bds- 

Cheney n Congress 
Sophronia W., widow Rufus D., h 22 W River 
Turbine Mfg. Co., mfrs. water wheels, saw mills, shin- 
gle machines, etc. off S Main 
Walter E., milk peddler, bds North Orange 
— see Chace 
Cheney A. M. & Co. (Arthur M. Cheney and Charles A. 
Kilham), druggists Lamb's blk S Main 
Arthur M. (A. M. Cheney & Co.) Lamb's blk S Main,. 

bds Putnam House 
Frank M., blacksmith, carriage mfr. and horsehoer 61 

E Main, h 3,0 Prospect 
2 



18 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Cheney Henry W., emp Athol, h 37 Mechanic 

Horace B., blacksmith N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n 
Bacon 

Levi P., farmer, h North Orange 

Luther, bds west road to North Orange 

Nathaniel, farmer, h west road to North Orange 

Street School, Cheney n Putnam 
Choate George W., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h N Main ab Clark 

av 
Claflin Bertha E. Miss, teacher, rms 96 S Main 
Clancey Daniel J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 15 N Main 

George J., emp Mansion House, bds 15 N Main 

John R., laborer, h 15 N Main 
Clapp Augusta M. Miss, dressmaker 6 Ball, bds do. 

Charles E., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., rms Lamb's blk 
S Main 
Clark Abbie B., widow Andrew J., h 25 W Main 

Elizabeth, widow Robert, h Athol road n railroad 
bridge 

James H., h 2'6 E Main 

J. Arthur, h 122 W Main 

L. Mason, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main ab Logan 
av 

Pallas E., widow William S., h 122 W Main 

Robert F., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds Old Athol 
road n E Main 
Clement Dwight E., farmer, h Tully 
Cloud George W., laborer, h 8 W River 
Cloutier Leopold R., merchant tailor 31 S Main, h Adams 

ext. n Cong. Church 
Clow Elwin B., wheelwright, h 4 Myrtle 
Cobb Anson 0., blacksmith W^est Orange, h do. 

Ansou 0. Mrs., h 65 N Main 

Charles W., carpenter, h West Orange 

George II., bookkeeper, bds 44 W River 

George L., carpenter and builder and lumber dealer 44 
W River c Walnut Hill, h do. 

Maria M., widow Peleg, h Walnut Hill road 

Wallace A., mechanic, h n Wendell depot 
Coburn Henry II., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Chestnut Hill 
road 

William P., confectionery and ice cream Athol road 
opp Central Park, res Athol 
Cochrane William, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Ball c Kelton 
Cole Clifford E., plumber emp G. L. Hill, rms 48 S Main 

Walter S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Mansion House 
Coleman Everett W., emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 38 E Main 

Patrick, emp R, H. Mach. Co., h Whitney c Battle 
Colen — see Kalen 
Coller Fred S., carpenter, h W Main bey shoe shop 

Sumner H., farmer, h N Maiu n Logan av 
Collinge Joseph L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Maple 



OEANGE DIEECTOEY. 19 

Collins William C, engineer, h 23 King c Central 
Colson Annie E. Mrs., dressmaker 24 E Main, rms do. 
Combs Florence H. Miss, compositor emp Athol, bds 
Cheney n Carpenter 
Eoland M., emp E. II. Mach. Co., h Cheney n Car- 
penter 
Conant Arthur F. P., stock broker Mann's blk S ]\lain, h 

47 N Main 
Cone Jesse E., farmer and milk dealer, h W Eiver bey 
Briggs 
William A., emp Athol, bds W Eiver bey Briggs 
Connell John M. operator Stock Exchange, bds Mansion 
House 
Thomas J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 28 Mechanic 
— see O'Connell 
Connor Charles E., nurse, bds Congress n Chase 
Erwin E., student, bds Congress n Chase 
Ethel Miss, milliner Mrs. F. 0. Gaines, bds Congress 

n Chase 
Morris, rem to Northfield 
Vernon, rem to Northfield 

William H., estate of, teamster and dealer in coal, hay 
and wood and street sprinkler opp depot 
Connors Patrick, laborer, bds Maynard opp McKenna 
Conrad Jacob H., bowling alley r Opera House blk W 
Main, h Putnam n Pleasant 
John W., emp 0. F. Co., h Walnut Hill c Combs av 
Joseph D., emp K II. S. M. Co., h W Eiver n High- 
land 
Converse Dwight N\, carpenter, h Walnut Hill n Briggs 

James, rem to Athol 
Cook Charles W., photographer, bds Shelter 
Eliza F. Miss, rem to Plymouth 
Frank, emp K H. S. M. Co., h Myrtle c Fountain 
Frank E., emp N". Keg and Box Co., h 14 Summer 
William J., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 16 Congress c 
Pleasant 
Cooke Edward H., emp E, H. Mach. Co., h Mill 

Henry B., h Mill 
Cooley Ashley L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 7 Summer 

Lewellen E. Mrs., h 25 W Eiver bey Pleasant 
Cooleyville Stage Line, Fred Aldrich prop. Leave Orange 

Post Office daily except Sundays 12.30 p. m 
Coolidge Benjamin S., farmer, bds Chestnut Hill road 
Celestin, widow Asa, h Chestnut Hill road 
C. Eugene, emp E. H. Mach. Co., bds 72 S Main 
Charles P., emp E. H. Mach. Co., h 72 S Main 
David G., rem to Athol 
Ellsworth H., teamster, h 31 W Eiver 
George A., motorman, bds E Main opp N. Keg and 

Box Co. 
Henry, farmer and lumber dealer, h Holtshire road 



20 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Coombs Frank C, rem to Cincinnati, 0. 
John V., chiropodist, rms 6 High 
Cooper Lucinda K'., widow John F., h -11 E Main 
Richard, laborer, h Old Athol road 
Sarah D., widow Alexander, bds 23 Mechanic 
Copelin Willie A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 3 Chase 
Corson Harold E., trav. salesman Mann & Sprague, bds 

Hotel Brooklyn 
Cote Alfred H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Prentiss bel Bur- 
rill av 
Cowen William G.,' emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 20 E Main 
Crafts Charles R., h Mechanic c Clark av 
Edmund B., rem to North Hatfield 
Edmund B. Mrs., rem to North Hatfield 
James M., journalist, bds Mechanic c Clark av 
CRANDALL DEXTER L. editor and prop. Orange Enter- 
prise Mann's blk S Main, h N Main n Logan av 
—See p 106 
Crombie Thomas W., laborer, h r 21 S Main 
Cronen Michael B., laborer, h 14 Myrtle 
Crosby Robert D., station agent F. R. R., h 32 Pleasant 
Cross G. Henry, painter emp 21 N Main, h Prentiss n Bur- 
rill av 
Joseph A. (L. M. Cross & Co.) S Main, h 8 E River 
L. M. & Co. (Lyman M. and Joseph A. Cross), props. 

Boston Dry Goods Store Bingham's blk S Main 
Lyman M. (L. M. Cross & Co.) Bingham's blk S Main, 
h 8 E River n S Main 
Crawford E., emp S. D. Munro Co., bds Mansion House 
Crowley Timothy, rem to Athol 
Cummings Althine B., widow James, bds 31 E Main 

Benjamin, farmer and milk dealer, h Athol road, 

North Orange 
Byron, emp J. W. Wheeler, bds Wheeler av 
Edward E., emp Frank Barnes, h 56 E Main 
Henry 0., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 56 E Main 
Joseph A., emp N. H. S. M. Co. and stove dealer 
Fountain c Congress, h do. 
Curtis C. H. Mrs., dressmaker 101 E Main, h do. 
Charles S., emp H. Coolidge, h Holtshire road 
Oliiford PL, emp S. D. Munro Co., h 101 E Main 
Fred W., carpenter, h Holtshire road 
William B., carpenter, h Myrtle n Adams 
Cutting Charles H. (Orange Clothing Co.) S Main, res 
North Adams 
William F., sawyer, h 110 E Main 
CUTTING & DEXTER (Charles H. Cutting and Fred A. 
Dexter), Orange Clothing Co. S Main c E Main 
—See p 108 

DAHLEY IVER O. (Anderson & Dahley) S Main, hPleas- 

ant n W River 
Dahlin Alfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Spring n Pleasant 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 21 

Dale David, hostler 15 N Main, rms do. 

John J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h School n N Main 
Damon Walter II, machinist, h 117 S Main 
Daniels Samuel F., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
Davis Albert H., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h S Main be] Con- 
gress 
Arthur E., emp Stowell & Worrick, bds North Orange 
DAVIS ARTHUR T. truckman and wood dealer 57 W 
River, h do. — See p 108 
Bert, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 12 Highland 
Charles P., carpenter, h Pleasant c Congress 
Edwin, door and sash mfr. 1 8 W Main, h do. 
Everett A., farmer, h North Orange 
Fred C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 35 N Main 
George D., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 81 E Main 
Harriet Mrs., bds M. L. Gerhard, Tully 
Laura K., widow I. T., bds 19 Mechanic - 
Luthera, widow R. Prentiss, h Pleasant c Congress 
Martin S., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Abraham's Temple 

N Main 
Mattie E. Miss, bds 88 E Main 
Sarah A. Miss, compositor Orange Enterprise, bds E 

Main 
Sarah E. Miss, bds 8 Mechanic 
Stephen E., plumber emp 1 Depot, rms 20 East 
Sylvester, farmer, h east road to North Orange 
Warner A., emp Stowell & Worrick, bds North Or- 
ange 
William H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Putnam n Cheney 
William P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 83 E Main 
Davison Eugene F., brick mason, bds 39 Mechanic 

George B., carpenter, h 39 Mechanic 
Dawley Grace PL Miss, ass't librarian 0. Library, bds 10 
Grove 
Hervey S., clerk N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Grove 
Dean Frank E., prop. Orange Dye House and fish market 

r Baptist Church E Main, h Dexter 
Defreest Elizabeth, widow James, bds Cheney n Putnam 
Delaney James A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 40 Pleasant n 

Myrtle 
Delva Frank W., lumber dealer, h 78 S Main n King 
Delvy Jonathan, farmer, h N Main opp Logan av 
DeMerritt Alfred E., rem to Boston 
Dennis Lot, lumber dealer Putnam c Chase, h do. 
Denno Walter J., pressman emp Mann & Sprague, bds 

Hotel Brooklyn 
Derby Edwin L., manager Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 
Masonic blk S Main, h 4 Summer 
J. C, furniture, crockery and undertaker Masonic blk 

S Main, h 7 Mechanic 
John R., manager J. C. Derby, h 7 Mechanic 
Detour David A., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 
be}?' Wheeler av 



22 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Dewey Fred E., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 43 Mechanic 
Dewing James S., pres. Orange Furniture Co., h 18 W 
River 
John A., shoemaker 62 S Main, h 60 do. 
DeWolf Ella, widow Abel, h 37 Mechanic 

Ernest E., engineer F. V. Hubbard, h 6 Summer 
Dexter Edward, bookkeeper, 19 E River 

Elihu 0. C, farmer, h east road to North Orange 
Frank E., foreman L. M. Co., bds Mansion House 
Fred A. (Cutting & Dexter) Orange Clothing Co. 
Manns blk S Main, treas. The Leavitt Machine 
Co. and sec. Orange Board of Trade, h Sunset 
Terrace head of Ball 
George E., with C. T. Mfg. Co., h Howe c Bacon 
George W., carpenter, h 14 Summer 
Herbert C, farm hand, bds east road to North Orange 
Herbert E., farmer and mail carrier, h east road to 

North Orange 
John C, bookkeeper 0. Nat. Bank, h 19 Bacon 
Lucia Miss, bds 14 Summer 
Maurice L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n N 

Main 
Samuel S., civil engineer Winter n N Main, h do. 
Dickinson Albert P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms S Main c 

Water 
Dike George E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 39 Prospect 
James, carpenter, h 6 Ball 
Joseph, emp G. H. Lawrence, bds 39 Prospect 
Sadie I. Miss, seamstress, bds 6 Ball 
Dixon Wilfred H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 20 High 
Doane Josephine, widow William C, h Hamilton av 
Dodge Francis, watchman R. H. Mach. Co., h Maynard n 
Shumway 
Frank 0., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Maynard n Shum- 
way 
Ossian C, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Maynard n 
Shumway 
Donley George S., conductor A. & 0. Elec. R. R., h 140 E 
Main 
Walter W., horseshoer emp A. G. Nystrom, h Hayden 
n Myrtle 
Donnelly Daniel, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Whitney opp 

schoolhouse 
Donovan Emma Miss, rem to Greenfield 

Michael, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h E River n ice 
house 
Dorr Clinton R., foreman J. B. R. S. Co. and Bargain 
Shoe Store (10) Masonic blk S Main, h Kelton n 
Ball 
Doyle Charles T., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 35 N Main 
Hannah, widow Thomas, h 35 N Main 
John, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds off E Main n car 
stables 






OEANGE DIRECTORY. 23 

Doyle Nellie Miss, cook American House, bds do. 

Walter, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Dexter 
Drake George A., emp N. II. S. M. Co., li 18 Pleasanl 

Harriet, widow Bradley, h 18 Pleasant 
Draper Jason S., emp S. D. Munro Co., h 8 Summer 

William F., clerk 4 E Main, bds 8 Summer 
Dresser James A., carpenter, h n Wendell depot 
Driscoll Edward J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 48 S Main 
Drury Angie Miss, nurse, h 38 E Main 

George, emp Nelson Gray, bds 47 Pleasant 

Harry, emp Nelson Gray, bds 47 Pleasant 
Dudley Henry 1., cook 20 E Main, bds do. 
Dunbar Charles E., farmer, bds Wheeler av 

Edwin 0., farmer, h Wheeler av 

John, foreman R. H. Mach. Co., h Wheeler av 
Dunham Fred A., foreman J. B. R. S. Co., h Charles n 

Linden av 
Dunican Charles E., laborer, h off E Main n electric car 
stables 

Charles S., rem to Wendell 

Frank L., laborer, h off E Main n electric car stables 
Dunton Nehemiah, h S Main bel Burrill av 
Duquette William, rem to Baldwinville 
Durkee Eliott D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 35 W Main 

Royal E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Shumway opp May- 
nard 
Dushion Frank E., farm hand, bds South road 

EASTMAN LIBBIE MISS, emp 0. S. Co., bds Mill n E 
Main 

William, foreman N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 
opp do. 
Eaton Delbert, farm hand Redstock Farm, bds do. 

Frank A., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h Cheney n Congress 

Pieman D., farmer, h Warwick road, North Orange 
Eberstein Alfred, emp J. B. R, S. Co., h Walnut Hill road 
Eckland John, rem to Athol 
Eddy Abbie W., widow Thomas, h 92 E Main 

Amos D., clerk 0. Hardware Co., h Cheney n W River 

Chester W., emp Nathaniel Cheney west road to North 
Orange, bds do. 
Edman John A., clerk G. Lind, h 56 Pleasant 
Edstrom Alfred, clerk G. Lind, h Hayclen n Myrtle 
Edwards Bessie Miss, teacher, bds 42 E Main 

Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 4 Grove 
Eliasson Elias, bds off Walnut Hill road n North Pond 

Swan, farmer, h off Walnut Hill road n North Pond 
Elliott Edwin L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 11 Pleasant 

William, clerk William Gow & Co., bds 11 Pleasant 
Ellis Emory E., trav. salesman, h 24 Mechanic 

Fred E., rem to Athol 

Frederick S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River bey 
Briggs 



24 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Ellis Herbert A., rem to Athol 

Elmore Luke S., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 7 Highland n W 

River 
Emery Amos E., pianos and organs W Main c N Main, h 
82 E Main 
Charles F., emp N. H. S. M. Co. and (Emery Dry 
Goods Co.) W Main c N Main, h 10 Fountain c 
Putnam 
Dry Goods Co. (Charles F. and Fred C. Emery), dry 

and fancy goods W Main c 1ST Main 
Fred C. (Emery Dry Goods Co.) W Main, bds 87 do. 
Lydia Miss, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds 25 Pleasant 
Moses M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 41 W Main 
Emory James W., milk dealer, h Grove court 
Engvall August W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hayden n 
Myrtle 
Carl, emp J. B. R, S. Co., h 45 Pleasant 
Clans, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Hayden n Myrtle 
Enlund Oscar, rem to Sweden; 

Epeneter Adolph E., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 17 Myrtle 
Ephraimson Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 27 W River 

Frank, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 27 W River 
Erhard Edward H., clothing and gents' furnishings Lamb's 
blk S Main, h Prospect opp Memorial Hall 
Edward H. Mrs., artist Prospect opp Memorial Hall, 

h do. 
Louis, rem to Greenfield 
Erickson Andrew N., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 13 King 
Franz A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 13 King 
Gustaf, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 19 W River 
John S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River n Briggs 
Otto, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 6 Shelter 
Erikson Andrew M., rem to Northampton 
Estabrook Josiah, carpenter and painter, h Shelter 
Ester George P., emp 0. F. Co., bds Mansion House 
Estes Frank, painter emp F. 0. Gaines, h 17 King 
Ewing Frank S., ass't treas. New Home Sewing Machine 
Co., h Chase n Putnam . 
Thomas L., h Chase n Putnam 

FAIRBANKS CHARLES H., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h W 
Main bey shoe shop 

Faneuf Alfonso, saloon Railroad n Water, h Chase c Wal- 
nut Hill 

Farlev Fred, rem to Greenfield 

Fay Elizabeth M. Mrs., h 23 E Main 

Oth elo A. (Fay & Shumway) Highland, res Athol 
& Shumway (Oth elo A. Fay and Rufus T. Shumway), 
lumber dealers Highland n Shumway 

Feighry John, emp W. H. Kauffman, h Fryville 

Felch Charles M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 47 W Main 

Felton Albert F., lumber dealer and saw mill West Orange, 
h 71 E Main 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Felton Frank P., baker, confectionery and Lee cream Water 
n S Main, h E Howe 

George E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 34 Mechanic 

George P., clerk 3 Depot, h 5 Howe 

Ora H., carpenter, h N Prospect 

Willie E., emp N. II. S. M. Co., h 29 Bacon 
Fenner Henry W., night lunch wagon S Main n Railroad, h 

26 W Main 
Fenno Harry, musician, rms Mann's blk S Main 
Fenton George C, hardware, paints and oils, etc. Mann's 

blk E Main, h Gibbs court 
Ferrari Agostina, laborer, bds E River opp ice houses 

William, rem to Athol 
Ferry Antonio, tailor 28 W Main, rms do. 
Field George, emp ]S T . Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 
Wheeler av 

Harriet, widow Francis, h N Main ab Reynolds av 

Herman D., emp Springfield, bds N Main ab Reynolds 
av 

Sumner W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase c Linden av 
Fiest Joseph S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 3 Carpenter 
Finch Houghton, wood turner, h W River n Maynard 
Finney Henry F., rem to Pawtucket, R. I. 
First Baptist' Church, E Main 

Congregational Church, S Main bel E River 

M. E. Church, S Main bel W River 

ITniversalist Church, N" Main n Prospect 
Fish Frederic W., druggist Andrew's blk 29 S Main, h 
Congress n Fountain 

George H., farmer, h Tally 

Henry Mrs., h Tully 
Fisher Augustus J., h 21 Prospect 

Henry, h South road 

Lucina Mrs., rem to Boston 

Owella, widow John, h Kelton n Cottage 

Rodney C, bds N Main n Logan av 

William A., teamster A. T. Davis, h Walnut Hill road 
Fiske Adelbert L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill n 
Charles 

Edward, emp R. E. Carpenter, South road, bds do. 

Emery D., farmer, h Warwick road, West Orange 

George W., farmer, h Warwick road, West Orange 

Sarah Miss, bds Warwick road, West Orange 
Fitchburg Railroad freight house, opp depot 
Fitts Charles C, electrician, bds Grove opp cemetery 
FITTS FRANK? coal, wood, lumber, teamster and storage 

warehouse Water n depot, h Grove — See p 110 
Fitzgerald Miles, painter, bds American House 
Flagg Margaret, widow John D., bds middle road to Xorth 

Orange 
Flannigan Michael, laborer, h 120 E Main 
Flavin John E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Whipple's blk W 
Main c BT Main 



26 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Fleming Edward P., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Walnut Hill 
road 
Frederick W., carpenter, h Walnut Hill road 
Henry, barber West Orange, h do. 
Sarah M., widow Oliver, h West Orange 

Floyd Arthur H., section boss F. R. R., rms 6 Eddy 

Flynn Gregory, shoemaker S Main c Railroad, h W Main 
bey shoe shop 

Foley Nora, widow Michael, h 51 W Main 

Forbes Edwin H., h Cheney n Putnam 

Forbush Sarah Miss, bds 33 N Main 

Ford Howard M., clerk 4 E Main, bds 45 W River 

Julius W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Howe c Maple 
Julius W. Mrs., music teacher, h Howe c Maple 
Wesley A., clerk 4 E Main, h Grove court 

Fornander John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Shelter 

Forrester Eliza Miss, h North Orange 

Frances, widow Nathaniel C, bds Tully 

Forsman Clans A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 56 Pleasant 
Edward, rem to Sweden 

Foskett Albert, farmer, h 73 N Main 
Alice, widow Ai D., h 117 E Main 
Frank S., farmer and bee keeper Mapledale Farm 

west road to North Orange, h do. 
Fred A., laborer, h Winter c Broadway 
Fred E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 71 N Main 
George W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Lincoln av n N 

Main 
Hannah C, widow Sumner, h west road to North Or- 
ange 
Herbert H., pressman emp Mann & Sprague, bds 99 

E Main 
James H., clerk H. W. Laughton, h 99 E Main 
Nancy D., widow John, h N Main n Logan av 
Stephen, h 49 N Main 
Willard, farmer, h east from Fall Hill 

FOSTER ADELIA M. MISS, dry and fancy goods S Main, 
h 8 High— See p 108 
Charles T., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Broadway c Sher- 
man av 
Frank, emp E. S. Handy, h Eagle ville 
John, carpenter, h Prentiss bel Burrill av 
Malvina, widow Samuel, h 8 High 
Mary, widow George D., bds 2 Carpenter 
William H., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 33 Pleasant 

Fowler Edward C, deputv sheriff and (Fowler & Herrick) 
Lamb's blk S Main, h 70 W Main 
George C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 59 Pleasant 
Sarah R., widow John, bds 60 Pleasant 
& Herrick (Edward 0. Fowler and Merrill D. Her- 
rick), auctioneers (12) Lamb's blk S Main 

Fox Lydia, widow Charles F., bds Howe c Bacon 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 27 

Frader Frank, h Fryville 

Francis Charles E., emp freight depot F. R. R., h 25 High 

James D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h E Howe 

May E. Mrs., nurse, h 23 High 
Frank Sidonia B., widow Henry, h Myrtle ab Pleasant 
Frawley James, stonecutter, bds n Wendell depot 
Freelove George R., h 4 Myrtle 
Freeman Angelia, widow William T., h S Main c King 

James, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney c Putnam 

Leonard A. Rev., pastor Baptist Church, h 36 Me- 
chanic 
French Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 11 Bacon 

Eleazer A., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n N Main 

Elvira Miss, h 54 E Main 

Emma Miss, bds Tully 

Fred S., farmer J. W. Wheeler, h Wheeler av n do. 

Josiah A., farmer, h Tully 

Mary J., widow Abijah, h 42 N Main 

Samuel B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 9G E Main 

Stephen, h 30 1ST Main 

Stephen E., emp N. H. S. M. Co. and (Miller & 
French) 1 N Main, h 45 E Main 

Waldo E., carriage and sign painter 61 E Main, h 3 
High 
Fry Augustus, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 32 N Main 

George W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mechanic c Winter- 
Henry 1ST., farmer, h west road to North Orange 
Frye Bradley L., farmer, h Burrill av n S Main 

George L., trav. salesman, h S Main c Burrill av 
Fulford Milo C, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h west road to 

West Orange 
Fuller Addie Miss, music teacher, bds Warwick road, West 
Orange 

Ellen, widow Lucius A., h Warwick road, West Or- 
ange 

George Arthur, farmer, bds Warwick road, West Or- 
ange 

Oscar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase c Putnam 
Furber Samuel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 7 Eddv 
Furbush Frank S. A., emp 0. F. Co., h 29 Pleasant 

Prescott, h Holtshire road 

GAGNON DAVID M., barber W River c Pleasant, h Con- 
gress n Cheney 
David M. Mrs., dressmaker Congress n Cheney, h do. 
Gains Frank 0., painter, paints, oils, glass and paper hang- 
ings 21 N Main n W Main, h Prospect c High 
Frank 0. Mrs., milliner N Main n W Main, h Prospect 
c High 
Gale Conrad H., saw mill and lumber dealer and box mfr. 
Tully, h do. 
Eliza A., widow William, h North Orange 



28 OEANGE DIEECTOEY. 

dale Leland A. L., trav. salesman, h 35 W Main 
Philana Miss, bds 47 N Main 

Ehoda, widow John G., bds east road to North Or- 
ange 
William H., farmer, h North Orange 
Gallagher James A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Whitney ab 
sehoolhonse 
John, emp E. H. Mach. Co., rms 6 Eddy 
Michael, emp E. H. Mach. Co., bds 6 Eddy 
Patrick, emp E. H. Mach. Co., h Battle n Whitney 
Patrick B., emp E. H. Mach. Co., bds 120 E Main 
Patrick W., emp N. EL' S. M. Co., rms Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Thomas J., emp E. H. Mach. Co., rms Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Gammon Curtis T., engineer J. B. E. S. Co., h Kelton n 

Cottage 
Gardner Ellsworth F., emp town, h Walnut Hill road 

Isaac H., carpenter, h Walnut Hill road n Charles 
Garman John H. Eev., farmer, h Athol road, North Or- 
ange 
Gartrell Charles, engineer N. Keg and Box Co., h 123 E 

Main 
Gaudet Wilfred, rem to Athol 
Gavin James, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 79 S Main 
Geary Mary Miss, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 
bey Wheeler av 
Thomas, emp E. H. Mach. Co., h 11 Summer 
Geckler Edward F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main n Lin- 
coln av 
Edward E. Mrs., dressmaker N Main n Lincoln av, h 
do. 
Gerhard Martin L., emp Stowell & Warrick, h Tully 
Gerry Bert C, emp J. B. E. S. Co., bds Ball n Kelton 

Emma S. Mrs., milliner Ball n Kelton, h do. 
Gibbs Charles E., emp E, H. Mach. Co., h 42 E Main 
Emma Miss, elocutionist, bds 42 E Main 
George E., clerk J. C. Derby, h 47 E Main 
G. Georgiana Miss, teacher, rms Cheney c Congress 
Henry M., farmer, h off east road to North Orange 
William L., farm hand, h Congress n Fountain 
Gibson George S., emp Frank Barnes, h Mill 

William B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Prentiss bel Blod- 
gett 
Giffin Mel burn E., sec. Chase Turbine Mfg. Co., h 99 S 

Main 
Giles Leslie, emp J. B. E, S. Co., bds 91 E Main 

Sumner S., foreman est. W. H. Connor, h 91 E Main 
Will H., emp Athol, h 4 School 
Gilmore Jane, widow Daniel J., h Pleasant n Myrtle 
Gilson Kirk E., emp 0. F. Co., h Cottage bey Kelton 
Glasson Silas, cm]) E. H. Mach. Co., bds Battle c Battle 
lane 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 29 

Glazier Eclson M., rem to Conway 

Ellsworth L., teamster F. Fitts, h Hayden d King 

Gleason Anna Mrs., h off Walnut Hill road 

Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds off Walnut Hill 

road 
Charles H., laborer, h off Mill n A. 1). Potter's mill 
George W., rem to Boston 
May Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 23 E Main 
Glover Alfred H., clerk G. R. Paige & Co., bds Linden av 
Goddard Abner, h 13 Mechanic 

Albert, laborer, bds west road to North Orange 
Artemas W., farmer, h cross road toward North Or- 
ange 
Charles W., conductor A. & 0. Electric R. R., h 18 

Bacon 
Clarissa, widow Davis, h 16 E Main 
David G., lumber dealer, bds 17 Mechanic 
Edward A., lumber dealer and first selectman, h Lin- 
coln av c Mechanic 
Elliott, bds west road to North Orange 
Gamaliel D., farmer, and (Goddard & Williams) west 

road to North Orange, h do. 
Henry P., inventor, bds 27 Bacon 
Josephine C. Mrs., h 5 N Main 
Josiah H., physician 19 Prospect, h do. 
Lucia M. Miss, music teacher, bds Lincoln av c Me- 
chanic 
Lucinda A. Miss, h west road to North Orange 
Susanne E. Miss, teacher, bds Lincoln av c Mechanic 
Wilfred, emp Athol, bds Adams ext. n Cong. Church 
& Williams (Gamaliel D. Goddard and Frank P. Wil- 
liams), saw and cider mill and lumber dealers 
west road to North Orange 
Goding Alvoy N., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 47 W Main 
Charles A., foreman J. B. R. S. Co. and boot heel mfr. 
Depot n E Main, h Cottage ab Kelton 
Goland Charles L., teamster Nelson Gray, h 8 Highland 
Goldsmith Harry A., trav. salesman, h 8 Highland 
Good Thomas R!, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 3 Howe 
Goodell Ellen M., widow Zina H., h Athol road, North Or- 
ange 

Goodman David L., livery stable 17 N Main, h 45 E Main 
Goodnow Charles, emp A. Sylvester, bds E Main n railroad 
bridge 
Oscar 0., rem to Montague 
GOODNOW OSEIQ, livery stable E River opp Hayden, 

rms do. — See p 111 
Goodrich Heman R., bds 11 Highland n Shumway 
Goodspeed Lucian A., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 80 W Main 
Goodwill Fred C, emp J. B. R, S. Co., bds 9 Putnam n 

Fountain 
Goodwin Carl C, lumber dealer, h N Main n Logan av 



30 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Goodwin Henry R., laborer, Ms eft S Main bel Burrill av 
Gorton Harry J., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Hamilton av c 

Hamilton 
Goss Hollis II., sup't C. T. Mfg. Co., h 35 Prospect 
Gould Benjamin Y\, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 
bey Wheeler av 
Walter J., clerk A. L. Johnson, rms Adams ext. n 
Church 
Gow William (William Gow & Co.) 12 W Main, h Lincoln 
avnN Main 
William & Co. (William Gow), dry goods 12 Opera 
House blk W Main , 
Gowing Fred E., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Hayden n Blod- 

gett 
Gran John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Pleasant c Myrtle 
Grand Army Memorial Hall, Prospect c High 
Granger Alanson P., electrician A. & 0. Elec. R. R. Co., 

h E Main n railroad bridge 
Graves Charles L., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 55 E Main 

Frank B., emp G. E. Dexter, h Old Athol road n 
Athol town line 
GRAVES HARLEY H. prop. American House and liquor 
dealer opp depot, h do. — See p 111 
William H., bartender American House, bds do. 
Gray Annie, widow C. H., h 9 Summit 

Daniel A., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 

Wheeler av 
Edwin R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Central 
Job S., emp L. Machine Co., h E River bey Prentiss 
Joseph W., emp N". H. S. M. Co./h 59 Pleasant 
Leopold G, emp K H. S. M. Co., bds 9 Summit 
Nelson, lumber dealer 47 Pleasant, h do. 
William, emp N". Keg and Box Co., h E Main bey 
Wheeler av 
Green Mcena, widow Azro K., bds Prospect c High 
Greenleaf Albion C, farmer, h Warwick road, Tully 
Grout Charles B., clerk JST. H. S. M. Co., and (Grout & 
Grout) E Main opp Grove, h 32 E Main 
Ellen H. Mrs., h 37 E Main 
Frank L., clerk N. H. S. M. Co., and pres. Whitman 

Grocery Co., h 16 High 
Fred E. (Grout & Grout) E Main opp Grove, bds 37 E 

Main 
Mvra W., widow William, h 3 Mechanic 
William L., snp't N. PL S. M. Co., res Greenfield 
& Grout (Charles B. and Fred E. Grout), mfrs. light- 
ning tapioca E Main opp Grove 
Grover Bert, rem to Winchester 
Gviilmett Lucien, rem to Athol 
Gull brand son Hugo, rem to Sweden 
Gustafson Axel, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Hayden n Myrtle 
Carl Oscar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Beacon n E Howe 



OEANGE DIRECTORY. 31 

Gustafson Clans A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Shelter n W 
Main 
John O.j emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Shelter d W Main 
John G. Rev., pastor Swedish Lutheran Church, bds 

E River n Prentiss 
Oscar, emp N. IT. S. M. Co., bds Shelter n W Mam 

HAAS FERDINAND, farmer, h E River opp ice houses 
Hackett Albert, laborer, h West Orange 

Wesley, rem to Holyoke 
Hadley Frank W., rem to Leominster 
Hager Viola Mrs., rem Stoneham 

William H., farmer, h Warwick road, Tully 
Hale Fred L., engineer N. H. S. M. Co., rms 5 N Main 
Theresa Miss, stenographer J. B. R. S. Co., rms 41 E 
Main 
Haley — see Healey 

Hall Elisha S., attorney at law Mann's blk, and sec. and 
treas. Orange Co-operative Bank, h 24 Mechanic 
Ephraim, emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 10 Myrtle c Cheney 
George, emp N. H. S. M. Co.,.h 20 Myrtle 
John W., rem to England 
Hallberg August XL, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds McKenna 
c Briggs 
Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds McKenna c Briggs 
Frank E., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h S Main c King 
Gustaf, h McKenna c Briggs 
Oscar, emp Athol, bds McKenna c Briggs 
Hallgrenn Charles F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cottage n 
Kelton 
Martin, painter emp 21 N Main, rms Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Hamilton Calvin L., carpenter and builder off Hamilton 
a\r, bds do. 
Charles J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Myrtle c Cheney 
Edward L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Hamilton av 
Elizabeth, widow Hugh, bds 87 E Main 
Samuel H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 2 Carpenter 
Trafton, mason and builder Hamilton av, h do. 
Hancock Alfred, carpenter, h West Orange 

Arthur W., clerk, bds W Main bey shoe shop 
Handy Edward S., satinet mfr. Eagleville, h do. 
Isaac A., canvasser, h 96 S Main 
James G., rem to North Worcester 
Hanson Carl, farmer, bds Chestnut Hill road 
Charles A., farmer, h Chestnut Hill road 
Hans, emp J. B. R, S. Co., bds 19 W River 
Louisa, widow Albert, h Chestnut Hill road 
Hapgood Oscar D., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., and (Whitney & 
Hapgood) N Main ab Clark av, rms 77 N Main 
Simon, bds 6 High 
Harding Edward H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Putnam c 
Fountain 



32 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Harding George, carpenter, h i4 X Main 

Harling John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main c Myrtle 

Harrington Abram N., farmer, h North Orange 

Ansel, farmer, h Tully 

Asa G., h 22 High 

Daniel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 23 Congress n Foun- 
tain 

D. Herbert, rem to Boston 

Esther Miss, h North Orange 

Enroy N., farmer, bds North Orange 

Frank A., emp N.' H. S. M. Co., rms 22 High 

Frank D., bds S Main bel Bnrrill av 

George P., clerk W. P. Morrill, bds 22 High 

George W., clock repairer, h S Main bel Bnrrill av 

Lucy J. Miss, bds 23 Congress n Fountain 

Simon G., farmer, h Tally 

Valorous A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney c Con- 
gress 
Harris Alonzo. emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main ab Clark av 

Clifford L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds N Main ab Clark 
av 

Eldridge N., pres. Rodney Hunt Machine Co., res 
Maiden 

Erastus -J., carpenter, h Whitney c Battle 

George W., rem to Athol 

Herbert N., clerk R. H. Mach. Co., bds 2 Fountain 

Lorenzo, teamster, h Adams n King 

Nelson E., treas. and snp't Rodney Hunt Machine Co., 
h Fountain n W River 

William 0., sec. Rodney Hunt Machine Co., res Mai- 
den 
Hartney Michael IT., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 33 Mechanic 
Hartson Fred C, rem to Leominster 

J. Fred, emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 18 Pleasant 

Willie A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 18 Pleasant 
Hartshorn Menzies R., farmer, h Tully 

Monroe A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 12 Pleasant 
Harwood Harriet, widow Benjamin M., bds Putnam n 
Chase 

Ozro J., mechanic, h Putnam n Chase 
Haskell Herbert L., rem to New Salem 
Haskins Carrie S. Miss, rem to Athol 

Henry W., h 33 N Main 

Johnj emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress c Pleasant 

Susannah, widow S. L., bds 34 Mechanic 
Hastings A. I. Mrs., ao-ent Delsarte Corset Co. 15 E River, 
h do. 

Asa A., h 59 W Main 

Charles W., harnessmaker 20 W Main, h do. 

George A., h 81 W Main 

Hattie W. Miss, clerk Mrs. A. L. Henrich, bds 20 W 
Main 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. :;:; 

Hastings Minot, carriage and ornamental painter Spear's 
blk E River, h 15 do. 
Philip H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., b Whipple's blk \V 

Main c N Main 
Samuel, prop. Warwick Stage Line, res Warwick 
Hathaway Isaiah W., laborer, bds Old Atliol road 
Hausmann Joseph, emp Benj. Cummings, North Orange, 

bds do. 
Hawks Nettie Mrs., h 19 Mechanic 
Hawley Burt A., manager North Orange Creamery, h 

North Orange 
Haynes Dwight A., farmer, h S Main bel Burrill av 

Erastus J., farmer and milk dealer, h Warwick road, 

West Orange 
Maria, widow Alvin, h West Orange 
Roswell M., milk dealer, h West Orange 
Ilayward Caroline M., widow Levi D., bds Cheney n Con- 
gress 
Levi T., physician Post Office blk N Main, h 35 
Cheney 
Hazelton Arthur II., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Putnam ab 

Pleasant 
Healey James, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 76 E Main 
Hebert Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds E Main n Old 
Athol road 
John, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main n Old Athol 

road 
Joseph, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main n Old 
Athol road 
Hedin Eric, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds W Main n shoe shop 
Hemingway Charles, painter, bds American House 
Hendrickson Hattie A., widow Charles D., h Prospect opp 

Memorial Hall 
Henrich A. L. Mrs., milliner Abraham's Temple N Main, 
h do. 
Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Mansion House 
Edmond J., bartender S. S. Taylor, rms Masonic bdg 

S Main 
Fred M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Abraham's Temple 
Frederick W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 15 Carpenter n 

Pleasant 
Laura S. Miss, manager New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Co. (4) Masonic blk S Main, rms do. 
Henrikson John M. Rev., pastor Swedish Evangelical 

Church, h Hamilton av 
Hereen Florence Miss, bds Battle c Battle lane 

James II. Mrs., h Battle c Battle lane 
Herrick James M., farmer, h 60 Pleasant 
Louisa J., widow John, h 86 E Main 
Maria F., widow Charles, bds Sunset Terrace head of 

Ball 
3 



34 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Herrick Merrill D. (Fowler & Herrick) (12) Lamb's blk S 

Main, h N Orange 
Higgins Charles W v canvasser, li Mechanic c Winter 
Ellsworth E., rem to Vermont 
Herbert W., agent, h Mechanic c Winter 
Wayland, rem to Vermont 
High School, S Main n W River 
Hill Alfred Eugene, mechanic, bds 11 Pleasant 

George L., plumber, steam and gas fitter, etc. Mann's 

blk E Main, h Lincoln av c Chestnut 
Lucy A., widow Joseph J. A., h 11 Pleasant 
Mary J., widow P. J., bds 8 E River 
Hills George L., foreman N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main 
bey Wheeler av 
Sherman F., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 
bey Wheeler av 
Hilton Moses R., rem to Boston 

Samuel, emp N. H. S. M. Co.,hE River n Prentiss 
Hinds Chester A., prop. Central House and saloon S Main 

c Water, h do. 
Hiser Charles A., rem to North Adams 
Hitchcock Catherine, widow Russell, bds S Main n Water 
John F., farmer and butcher, h Warwick road, North 
Orange 
Hobbs Charles E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Lincoln av n N 

Main 
Hodges Edward W., carpenter, h Mann's blk S Main 
Hogan Fred, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms Abraham's Temple 

N Main 
Holbrook Lelia Miss, h 38 E Main c Grove 

Lizzie Miss, h 38 E Main 
Holden Cordelia M., widow Josiah, h off W Main bey 
Shelter 
Edwin W., emp Erving, h Highland c Shumway 
Francis G., farmer, h Tully 
Henry E., motorman, li 51 W Main 
J. Edgar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av c Ham- 
ilton 
Lewis W., wheelwright, h Grove off cemetery 
Holland Frank C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 12 Highland 
George H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n Put- 
nam 
Lydia H., widow Lucius, bds 101 E Main 
Holmes Samuel A., trav. salesman, h 82 E Main 
Holmquist Algot, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms E Howe 
Holston John D., farmer, li North Orange 
Holt Willie C, emp G. F. Rowe, bds North Orange 
Holton George W., emp J. B. R, S. Co., h 89 W Main 
Holtshire Cemetery, Holtshire road n North Pond 
Hooper Richard, laborer, h oif east road to North Orange 
Horr Charles D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 37 N Main 
Horton Arthur L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 29 W Main 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 35 

Horton Dwight Gt., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h opp depol 
Hosley Warren, emp N. 11. S. M. Co., h Myrtle ab Pleas- 
ant 
Hosmer Carrie D. Miss, music teacher, h 137 W Main 

Frank P., emp R. H. Mach. Co., rms 137 W River 
Hotel Brooklyn, Mrs. Adelaide II. Aldrich prop., 54 S 

Main n E River 
Hough Alex B., emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds 2 School 
Theodore E., clerk R. H. Mach. Co., h 2 School 
Houston Charles S., rem to Greenfield 
Hover Walter, emp town, h Logan av n Mechanic 
Howard Caroline, widow James M., h 45 W River 

Charles E., emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Charles T., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mann's blk E 

Main 
David N., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 93 N Main n Lin- 
coln av 
Edward S., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Combs av 
Edwin, rem to Athol 

Florence, widow Edward, housekeeper 95 S Main 
H. Edgar, emp N. H. S. Jl. Co., h 35 Mechanic 
James S., farmer, h Chestnut Hill road 
William H., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Cheney n Put- 
nam 
Howe Charles G., carpenter, h 14 Mechanic 
Frederick L., carpenter, bds 14 Mechanic 
George W., carpenter, h off W Main bey Shelter 
G. William, carpenter, bds off W Main bey Shelter 
Josiah D., carpenter and builder off W Main bey Shel- 
ter, bds do. 
Mary R., widow Franklin, h 7 King 
Walter E., rem to New York 
Howell Silas J., watchmaker and bicycle dealer 13 S Main, 

h Congress n Cheney 
Howes Adela A., widow Uriah, h Walnut Hill road 

Fred B., farmer, bds Walnut Hill road 
Hoyt Alonzo L. (Hoyt & Bachelder) 60 S Main, h do. 

& Bachelder (Alonzo L. Hoyt and George W. Bachel- 
der), masons and builders and dealers in brick, 
office 60 S Main 
Hubbard Arthur W., sec. and treas. 0. Electric Light Co., 
bds 43 JST Main 
Fred V., prop. Orange Steam Laundry and Carpet 
Cleaning Works opp depot, h 43 E Main 
Hudgins William C, emp John W. Wheeler, h Wheeler av 
Humphreys John, emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., bds S Main c 

King 
Hunt Alfred S., livery stable r Mansion House 19 W Main, 
h 29 Prospect 
Arthur N., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h 30 Mechanic 
Calista J., widow Joseph R,, h South road 



36 OEANGE DIEECTOEY. 

Hunt Edgar 0., hostler A. S. Hunt, h Grove opp cemetery 
Eliza P., widow Rodney, h Prospect c High 
Frank J., farmer and milk dealer, bds South road 
Horatio H., emp F. E. E., h n Wendell depot 
Ealph S., dentist with J. E. Bement, bds Putnam n 
Fountain 

Hunter Alfred C, emp E. H. Mach. Co, rms Abraham's 
Temple N Main 
Horace W. emp 0. F. Co., bds Walnut Hill road 

Hurd Lucia Miss, h Tully 

Hurlburt John P., emp S. D. Munro Co., h 87 E Main 

Hymes J. Edgar, emp Athol, h South road n town line 

ILLINGW x OETH NELLIE, widow John, bds 8 W Eiver 

JACKSON BENJAMIN F., carpenter, h 4 Grove 

B. F. Mrs., boarding house 4 Grove 

James, machinist E. H. Mach. Co., h 27 Mechanic 

Sadie Miss, emp J. B. E. S. Co., rms 31 N Main 
Jarvis Joseph, hostler Putnam House stables, h r do. 
Jefferson — see Josephson 
Jeffries William, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off S Main bel 

Bur rill av 
Jennings E. H., rem to Springfield 

Lyman, h 75 E Main 
Jennison Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds W Eiver c 
Hamilton 

Frank M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W Eiver c Hamil- 
ton 

Harry B., emp 0. F. Co., h 77 E Main 

Nathaniel, farmer, h Walnut Hill n Briggs 
Jerome Lyman H., farmer, h off west road to North Or- 
ange 

Nellie Mrs., bds Orange Plains 
Jewett Lizzie Mrs., h 54 W Main 
Jillson Milton N., assessor, h 6 High 

Susan V. Mrs., dressmaker 6 High, h do. 
Johnson Aaron L., grocer Bingham's blk S Main, h Che- 
ney n Congress 

Albert J., carpenter, h N Main n Logan av 

Albert L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 11 Summer 

Alfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Adams n King 

Alice Miss, emp 23 E Main, bds do. 

August, emp 0. F. Co., bds S Main n Water 

Axel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 13 Bacon 

Charles A., clerk F. E. E,, h 87 E Main 

Charles F., rem to Georgia 

Charles M., clerk Aaron L. Johnson, rms 48 S Main 

Chauncey E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Hotel Brook- 
lyn • 

Christina, widow John, bds E Eiver n Prentiss 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Clarence M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Summil opp 
Mayo 
Claus E v emp N. H. S. M. Co., h r 12 Myrtle 
Clans J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 41 N Main 
Cornelia A., widow I. T. s h 38 E Main 
Edmund C, emp A. D. Potter, h Logan av n Me- 
chanic 
Edna Miss, h 8 W River 
Edwin S., h 17 Mechanic c Summer 
Emma Pales Miss, bds 38 E Main 
Francena S. Mrs., bds 50 E Main 
Frank E., farmer and milk dealer, h South road 
Fred, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h off Hamilton av 
Fred, laborer, h Chase bel Spring 
Fred H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 51 Pleasant 
Fred N., photographer, h 31 W River 
George W., bds 9 Bacon 
Harry H., laborer, bds Old Athol road 
Harry M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard c Mc- 

Kenna 
H. Bnrton, emp K H. S. M. Co., bds 51 Pleasant 
Henry H., h 51 Pleasant 
Horace A., rem to Northrleld 
Isabella H. Mrs., h 44 W Main 
James D., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 37 N Main 
James W., emp R, H. Mach. Co., h 37 N Main 
Jasper F., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 14 Bacon 
John A., watchman C. T. Mfg. Co., h Spring c Foun- 
tain 
John August, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress c 

Pleasant 
Lois Miss, rms Congress c S Main 
Lucina Mrs., h South road 
Marshall M., emp NT. H. S. M. Co., h 8 W River 
Martin, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms Maynard c Mc- 

Kenna 
Merrill B., mechanic, h 6 Bacon 
Paul, emp K H. S. M. Co., h 37 Cheney 
Peter, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 63 E Main 
R. Henry, emp K H. S. M. Co., h Chestnut Hill road 
Robert, "emp W. W. Weeden west road to North Or- 
ange, bds do. 
Solomon, rem to Sweden 
Solomon F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cottage ab Kel- 

ton 
Stephen, emp K. H. S. M. Co., rms 63 E Main 
Susan M., widow Horace, bds Tully 
Waldo A., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds N Main n Logan 

av 
Waldo E., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 34 W Main 
Warren H. (J. C. Wikel & Co.) E Main, h 9 Bacon 
Warren L., farmer, h South road 



38 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Warren L. Jr., farmer and milk dealer, h South, rd 
Willard, farmer, h N Main opp Reynolds av 
Willard E., carpenter, h 6 School 
William A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River n High- 
land 
William C. (The S. D. Munro Co.) off Mill, res Fitch- 
burg 
Johnston Annie E. Mrs., rem to Fitchburg 
Jones Albert, laborer, h Walnut Hill road n town line 

Cemetery, Jones District bet Orange and North Or- 
ange 
Jennie S. Mrs., bds 4 School 

Jonathan, farmer, h middle road to North Orange 
Robert S., emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 8 Summer 
Thomas, blacksmith emp D. 0. Wyman, bds American 
House 
Jordan William E., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 56 W River 
Josephson Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 89 W Main 
Emil, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Shelter n W Main 
John W., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Shelter n W Main 
Joslin Charles E., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds W River bey 
Briggs 
Edgar W., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h N Prospect 
Lucius D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River bey 
Briggs 
Joslyn Ida Miss, bds 49 N Main 

Mary, widow Winchester, h 49 N Main 
Judson George W. Rev., pastor Congregational Church, h 
Adams n Myrtle 

KALLEN FERDINAND, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 27 Pleas- 
ant 
Karlson Augustus, engineer L. Mach. Co., h r 55 W Main 

John, emp N.H. S.M. Co., h Briggs n McKenna 
Kauffman William H., woolen mfr. Fryville, h do. 
Keet Newton W., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 16 Mechanic 
Keith Rufus A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off Hamilton av 
Kellerman Robert S. Rev., rem to North Dana 
Kelly Daniel W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 40 Mechanic 
Kellogg Fred D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Carpen- 
ter 
Frederick, h 67 S Main 

Frederick D., clerk N. H. S. M. Co., h 65 S Main 
Nathaniel P., farmer, bds 67 S Main 
Kclton Andrew R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mechanic n 
Hunt av 
James E., wood turner and doors, sash and blinds S 
Main c Railroad, h Kelton n Cottage 
Kemplin George Warren, emp 0. F. Co., bds S Main bel 
Burrill av 
William, carpenter, h S Main bel Burrill av 
Kendall Aral, rem to Leominster 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 39 

Kendall Martha, widow Joshua, h Old At ho] road 
Kenney Martin, emp R. II. Mach. Co., h Central n Bang 
Kent Fred L., rem to Vermont 

Herbert C, emp K H. S. M. Co., bds W Main n shoe 
shop 
Keyes Fred, farmer, h Tully 

Luther Mrs., rem to Athol 
Kidder Aaron I., rem to Ohio 

Henry W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 6 Summer 
Willie C, emp N". H. S. M. Co., h Dexter n N Main 
Kiefer Henry F., rem to Germany 
Kielar Joseph, laborer, h off Old Athol road 
Kilburn Levi, treas. Chase Turbine Mfg. Co., h 13 High 

Robert L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 31 N Main 
Kiley Patrick II., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Hamilton av 
Kilham Charles A. (A. M. Cheney & Co.) S Main, res 

Boston 
Kimball James D., ins. agent Mann's blk S Main, h Foun- 
tain n Congress 
King Edwin H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Lincoln av n X 

Main 
KING WARREN M. cashier Orange National Bank, treas. 

Orange Savings Bank, h 75 S Main 
Kjihl Hans A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Putnam 
Klipsey William, gardener J. W. Wheeler, bds Wheeler av 
Knight Emma, widow Harry S., bds 31 E Main 

Frank E. ; emp 0. F. Co., bds Winter n Mechanic 
Warren A., emp 0. F. Co., h Winter n Mechanic 
Knowland Frank B., grocer and postmaster Tully, h do. 
Koonz John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Shumway ab May- 

nard 
Kowitzky Gustav P., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h Adams c 

Myrtle 
Kurtz Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Spring n Pleas- 
ant 
Gustave J., clerk C. C. Brooks, bds Spring n Pleas- 
ant 

LA BOMBARD LOUIS, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main 

c Hunt av 
Labounty Albert L., emp Mann & Sprague, rms Lamb's 

blk 
Treffle, emp J. W. Wheeler, bds Wheeler av 
Lacasse Philip M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Prentiss bel 

E River 
Ladouceur Lucien K., emp Frank Fitts, rms Grove opp 

cemetery 
Lafountain Eugene, rem to Erving 
Lahan Martin, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Chenev c Myrtle 
Lake George W., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 7 X Main 
Lamb Benjamin F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 8 W River 

Bros. & Co. (Joseph E. and George F. Lamb), flour, 

feed and grain, hay, straw and grist mill Depot 



40 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Lamb Eugene W., furniture and upholsterer Lamb's blk S 
Main, and manager Central Park, h 97 S Main 
Frances C, widow William H., h Lamb's blk S Main 
Fred A., manager Lamb Bros. & Co. Depot, h 57 N 

Main 
Frederick, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 15 N Main 
George F. (Lamb Bros. & Co.) Depot, res Greenfield 
Howard P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n W 

River 
Joseph E. (Lamb Bros. & Co.) Depot, res Greenfield 
William J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n Me- 
chanic 
Zenas W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 51 1ST Main 
Lambert George W., engineer N. H. S. M. Co., h School n 

N Main 
Lane Charles E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 41 E Main 

Maria, widow Orin T., h 41 E Main 
Langdon Charles A., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h W Main bey 

shoe shop 
Larmore Ovelia J., machinist 0. S. Co., h 58 E Main 
Larson Alfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase c Walnut 
Hill 
August, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 89 W Main 
Christian, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h off W Main bey 

Shelter 
Pluldah Mrs., h r 60 W Main 
John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Hamilton av 
Lathrop William L., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n 

Putnam 
Laughlin — see O'Laughlin 
Laughton Henry H., farmer, h 122 W Main 
LAUGHTON HERBERT W. meat market W Main c X 
Main, bds 122 W Main — See outside cover 
John H., farmer, h E Main n Old Athol road 
Laux Edwin N.- (N. Laux & Son) Railroad c Water, bds E 
Main opp N. Keg and Box Co. 
Nicholas (N. Laux & Son) Railroad c Water and 
sup't town of Orange water works, h E Main opp 
N. Keg and Box Co. 
N. & Son (Nicholas and Edwin N. Laux), stove deal- 
ers Railroad c Water 
Lavalle Albert H., hostler Putnam House stables, h r do. 

Joseph, emp F. R. R., h Burrill av n S Main 
Lawrence Frederick J., emp G. H. Lawrence, h 16 Foun- 
tain n Congress 
George H., box mfr., planing mill and lumber dealer 

E River n S Main, h Congress c Fountain 
John M., farmer, bds North Orange 
Laura, widow Andrew, h Congress c Fountain 
Nathaniel R., farmer, h North Orange 
Lawson Andrew E., emp R. H. Mach Co., h 11 Summer 
— see Larson 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 11 

Lawton Frank F., baggage master F. R. R. depot, h 61 N 

Main 
Walter B., clerk G. E. Barrows, h E Howe 
Leach Albert C., physician Mann's )>lk S Main, rms do. 

Luke, h 39 Pleasant n Myrtle 
Leavitt Frank, newsdealer at Everett, h Chestnut Hill 
road 
Herbert E., clerk 0. National Bank, rms 55 W Main 
Machine Co. The, mfrs. valve reseating machines E 
River 
Lee S. 0., laundry Mann's blk E Main, h do. 

William H., emp Thompsonville, Conn., h W River n 
Highland 
Leighton Edwin M., laborer, h Briggs n Shumway 
Leland Minnie M. Miss (L. H. Lowe & Co.) 9 N Main, rms 

43 do. 
Leonard Henry H., h Tully 

John, emp F. 0. Gaines, h 24 E Main 
Leila M. Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds S Main n 
Water 
Lewis C. D. Mrs., home bakery 47 E Main, h do. 
Charles D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 47 E Main 
Mary A. Miss, emp 75 S Main, bds do. 
Rhoda B., widow Cheney, h 8 Mechanic 
Ley William John, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Whitney n 

schoolhouse 
Lind Gustave, grocer and meat market W River n Pleas- 
ant, h 15 W River 
Hannah Miss, dressmaker 15 W River, h do. 
John M., clerk G. Lind, bds 15 W River 
Lindgren Andrew H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n 

W River 
Lindquest John M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 66 W River 
Lindsey Albert R,, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n W 
River 
Frank, emp E. S. Handy, h Eagle ville 
Sarah, widow Bradford, bds 100 E Main 
Liston Richard C, emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 29 Cheney 
Livermore Erwin, rem to Boston 

Martha, widow Rufus, h 4 Grove 
Locke Almon C, carpenter, h West Orange 
Lombard Gilbert R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 86 S Main 
Loomer Calvin L., rem to Northampton 
Lord Albert L., farmer, bds Hayden n Blodgett 

Frederick E., sec. and treas. Orange Furniture Co., h 

16 W River 
Fred L., driver emp National Ex. Co., h Grove opp 

cemetery 
Martha A., widow Jotham, h Hayden n Blodgett 
William A., farmer, bds Hayden n Blodgett 
Lovitzky Matthew, laborer, h off E Main n electric car 
stables 



42 OEANGE DIEECTOBY. 

Lowe George W., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h r 5 Grove 

Leila Miss (L. H. Lowe & Co.) 9 N Main, rms 43' 

do. 
Lizzie H. Mrs. (L. H. Lowe & Co.) 9 X Main, res 

Hartford, Conn. 
L. H. & Co. (Mrs. Lizzie H. Lowe, Miss Leila Lowe 
and Miss Minnie M. Leland), milliners 9 N Main 
Lucas John, farmer, h east road to North Orange 
John Jr., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 37 Cheney 
William B., foreman J. B. E. S. Co., h 58 E Main 
Lncia James, farmer, bds Athol road, North Orange 
Leon, farmer, h Athol road, North Orange 
Moses, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Cheney c Carpen- 
ter 
Lumb Thomas S., emp J. B. E. S. Co., h 83 E Main 
Limdgren Charles, emp J. B. E. S. Co., h W Eiver n May- 
nard 
Clans, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds head of Clifton 
Theodore, clerk G. Lind, h Pleasant c Putnam 
Lunt George B., emp E. H. Mach. Co., h Wheeler av n E 
Main 
Nicholas L., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 125 E Main 
Lyman Charles L., emp J. B. E. S. Co., bds 6 Eddy 
Clarissa, widow Alvah, rem to Vermont 
Wendell H., emp E. H. Mach. Co., h 6 Eddy 
Lynch Phianda A., widow James, bds 21 Prospect 
Lynde George B., rem to Northfield 

Lyons Philo T., engineer and farmer, h Holtshire road n 
North Pond 

MACE JUSTINA, widow Nahum, bds Fountain n Put- 
nam 
Mack C. Edward, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 25 Congress 

Henry M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 120 E Main 

Stella Miss, emp J. B. E. S. Co, rms 45 W Main 
Maddern John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 57 N Main 
Magoon Bert, farmer, bds North New Salem road 

George S., farmer, h North New Salem road 
Maloney James, laborer, h Prentiss n E Eiver 

Michael, laborer, bds Prentiss n E Eiver 
Mann Thomas S. (Mann & Sprague) E Eiver, h 51 E Main 

Walter L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Highland 

Wilson, h 31 E Main 

& Sprague (Thomas S. Mann and Frederick H. 
Sprague), mfrs. pants, vests and ladies' tailoring 
E Eiver n S Main 
Manning Alvoid 0., h 9 Grove 

Lydia F. S., widow Lloyd W., h 9 Grove 

Martha, widow Thomas, h off Old Athol road 

Warren, laborer, bds off Old Athol road 
Mansion House, George S. Smith prop., 19 W Main 
Marble Abbie I., widow Joel, h west road to North Orange 



ORANGE DIRECTORY, l:; 

Marble Alden, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter q Mechanic 
Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds west road to 

North Orange 
Howard, bds 21 Summit 

John S., emp J. B. R. S. Co, h Kelton n Cottage 
Judson, laborer, bds Winter n Mechanic- 
Lester, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds west road to North 

Orange 
Mary A., widow Charles L., bds Winter n Mechanic 

Harden Charles B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Putnam n 
Pleasant 
Charles E., emp P. A. Underwood W Main, rms do. 
Edwin L., emp town, h B Howe 

Marihew Frank A., emp R. H. Mach. Co, h r 9 Mechanic 

Markoe Francis H., h 59 E Main opp Bacon 

William, student, bds 59 E Main opp Bacon 

Markowics Joseph, emp F. R. R., rms 42 W Main 

Marsh Charles D., physician 26 W Main, h do. 

E. Gertrude Miss, stenographer R. H. Mach. Co., bds 

26 W Main 
Elijah H., carpenter, h 16 Myrtle 
George C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 5 King 

Marshall Augusta C., widow Isaac S., bds Congress c Foun- 
tain 
Nathan S., rem to Athol 

Martin Alonzo W., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
DeWitt C, farmer, h W River n Maynard 
George G., rem to Hubbardston 
Ludger, shoemaker, h Prentiss bel E River 
Maria Mrs., h Tully 

Orlan H., clerk H. L. Wilkinson, bds Mansion House 
Walter J., farmer and milk dealer, h N Main ab Rey- 
nolds av 

Martulewicz Mike, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h off E Main 
n car stables 

Marvell John H., farmer, h Warwick road, North Orange 
Stephen S., teamster, h Walnut Hill road 

Mason Lizzie A. Miss, dist. sup't schools, Orange, Erving 
and Wendell, rms Mann's blk S Main 
Walter, rem to Athol 

Masonic Hall, S Main n E Main 

Matteson Louis B., agent National Express Co. depot, h 39 
E Main 

Matthewman Albert E., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds 
American House 

Matthews Issie, widow Heman, h off Whitney n Battle 

May Will B., rem to Bridgewater 

Mayo Abbie M. W., widow George W., h 22 High 

Carrie M., widow Martin W., bds Winter n N Main 
Converse, ass't postmaster, h 27 Bacon 
George M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 71 N Main 
Miriam, widow Daniel, h 27 Bacon 



44 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Mayo Warren S., sup't N". Keg and Box Co., bds 4 Grove 
McAllister Eva I. Miss, stenographer J. B. R. S. Co., rms 

49 W Main 
McCarron Charles, trav. salesman, h 21 Summit 

Charles W., emp X. H. S. M. Co., bds 21 Summit 
McCarthy Maurice, rem to North Adams 

Michael, rem to Crescent Beach 
McCuin Edwin J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds off Holtshire 

road bey cemetery 
McDonald Daniel, rem to Atliol 
McElroy Ernest, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds 4 Grove 
McEvoy John, emp Nelson Gray, bds 47 Pleasant 
McGibeny Fred, emp N. H. S. M. Co. and musician, h W 
Main bey shoe shop 

Grace G. Miss, rem to Athol 

James, rem to Athol 

Victor, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 21 Mechanic 
Mclntyre Ella M. Mrs., rem to Plymouth 

Phineas S., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Pleasant n Con- 
gress 
Mclvenna James A., rem to North Carolina 

Martin M., carpenter and builder W River c Hamil- 
ton, h do. 
McLane Archie, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 10 High 

Fred L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 10 High 
McLean Alexander, emp 0. F. Co., h Kelton n Cottage 

Francis F., manager The Overview, North Orange, 
h do. 

Lizzie E. Mrs., prop. The Overview, North Orange 
McNa^hten Maria P., widow Noah, h 15 High 

N. Webster, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 15 High 
Meacler Bert, clerk American House, bds do. 
Medbery Mary, widow Andrew B., bds 56 W River 
Meehan Charles James, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Myrtle ab 
Pleasant 

George H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 9 Highland 

John A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 79 E Main 

Thomas F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 9 Highland 

William F., emp R. H. Mfg. Co., rms 76 E Main 
Megin Eleazor 0., emp 0. F. Co., h Winter n Beacon 

Windsor 0., mechanic, bds Winter n Beacon 
Mellen Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress c S 
Main 

Roxy A., widow Jonathan W., h Congress c S Main 
Merchant George A., farmer, h Chestnut Hill road 
Merriam Amos A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River c 
Highland 

Darwin, farmer, h 40 W River c Walnut Hill 

Ellen M., widow Charles, h Walnut Hill road. 

Emily A., widow Chauncey, h 82 E Main 

Orra A. Miss, pianos and organs 40 W River, bds do. 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 1.1 

Merrill Arthur S., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Walker n Kd- 
ton 
Ernest D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 4-7 K Main 
George J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., Ji 18 High 
George W., postmaster, h 10 Grove 
Joseph A., emp R. II. Mach. Co., h 53 E Main 
Mamie Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 28 W .Main 
Maria, widow Jacob G., h 18 High 
Merritt Walter H., machinist L. Mach. Co., h 7 Summit 
Metcalf George P., emp N. IT. S. M. Co., h 8 Myrtle 

Lillian B. Miss, rem to Northampton 
Methodist Episcopal Church, S Main n W River 
Micketosh Antony, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main c 

Wheeler av 
Miller Arthur V., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 108 E River 

Celia F., widow Hiram S., boarding house Mann's blk 

E Main 
Edward B., jeweler and (Miller & French) 1 X Main, 

h 10 Bacon 
Jesse, blacksmith, bds American House 
William A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 8 Ball 
& French (Edward B. Miller and Stephen E. French), 
bicycle agents 1 N Main 
Mills DeFloris, rem to Boston 
Minor B. F., rem to Togus, Maine 
Mix Allen H., foreman 0. F. Co., rms 20 E Main 
Moffitt David W\, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Howe c Maple 
Monahan James, emp R. II. Mach. Co., rms 76 E Main 
John, rem to Gardner 

Mary, widow John, h W River n Highland 
Moncrieff James S., clerk. J. B. R, S. Co., h Cottage n 
Kelton 
James S. Mrs., dressmaker Cottage n Kelton, h do. 
Monroe John E., physician Whipple's blk W Main c N 

Main, h 6 W River 
Montgomery Helen K. Miss, rem to Marblehead 
Moody Charles W., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds Athol 
road n railroad bridge 
Spencer, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds Athol road n 

railroad bridge 
William S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Wheeler av 
Moore Alfred J., emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Howe c Maple 
Arthur, rem to Vermont 
Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Dexter n N 

Main 
Daniel M. Rev., farmer, h off middle road to North 

Orange 
Frank, farmer, h off Athol road, North Orange 
Frank C, farmer, h east road to North Orange 
Fred I., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Putnam 
George, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Howe c Maple 
Henry L., farmer, h Wheeler av 



46 ORAXGE DIRECTORY. 

I 

Moore H. N. Mrs., rem to Springfield 
Luella A. Miss, h Wheeler av 
Serena, widow Daniel, h Tully 
Thomas 0., laborer, bds Cheney n Putnam 

Moranville George W., horse trainer, h Summit n Mayo 

Morey Elton M., carpenter, h Orange Plains 

Morgan Bertha A. Miss, teacher, bds 40 Prospect 

Cephas H., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h 40 Prospect 
Charles C, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 57 Pleasant 
Laura P., widow Silas, h 54 AY Main 
Percy H., emp X. H. S. M. Co., rms 40 Prospect 

Morin Napoleon, rem to Erving 

Morrill William B., stationer and newsroom Goddard's 
blk 2 E Main, h 15 X Main 

Morse Cora M. Miss, bds 1 Eddy 

Edward W., emp R, H. Mach. Co., h 10 Eddy 
Fred G., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h 43 W Main 
Hattie E., widow William R., rem to Holyoke 
Rhoda E., widow Ira E., bds 70 W Main 
Will W., clerk 4 E Main, h Kelton n Cottage 

Mosher Elizabeth M., widow Reuben, h 3 Eddy 

Mossman Maria A. Miss, rem to Vermont 

Moulton Obed, rem to Warwick 

Mower I. Clinton, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 18 W Main 
Philip C, sec. and bookkeeper J. B. R. S. Co., h 18 
W Main 

Mumblo Andrew, rem to Vermont 

MUNR0 S. D. CO. THE (Sylvanus D. Munro, William C. 
Johnson and Clarence W. Brown), planing mill, 
house finish and lumber dealers of? Mill — See 
front coFd p IV 
Sylvanus D. (The S. D. Munro Co.) Mill, h 37 X 
Main 

Munsell Charles L., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h 20 Mechanic 

Murray Erankin, rem to Athol 

Michael P., gardener, h 16 Carpenter 

Myrtle Street School, Myrtle c Cheney 

XASOX MARIOX E., widow Walter, h 18 W River 
Xational Express Co., Louis B. Matteson agent, passenger 

depot 
NATIONAL KEG AND BOX CO. mfrs. boxes, kegs, etc. E 

Main n Wheeler av — See front coFd p II 
Xelson Alfred, bartender A. Faneuf, h 15 Bacon 

Emil, emp X. H. S. M. Co., h Myrtle c Fountain 

Harriet A., widow Reuben, bds 39 E Main 
Xewell Angle, widow Horace E., h 54 E Main 

Edward, farmer, h 53 W Main 

Frank J., rem to Zoar 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

(4) Masonic blk S Main — See opp Telephone 
Office, Athol Business Directors 7 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. i; 

Newhall Arthur W., farmer and milk dealer Clover Blos- 
som Farm, N Main, h do. 
Betsey, widow Albert, bds 22 High 
New Home Band, Town Hall bdg, A. \Y . Chase leader 
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. John W. Wheeler 

sec. and treas., S Main — See front col'd p I V 
Newman Andrew, shoemaker Water n Railroad, h Pren- 
tiss bey E River 
Newton Charles S., emp Stowell & Worrick, h North Or- 
ange 
Fred S., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
George R., fish dealer, bds 5 Summer 
George S., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
Hattie Miss, teacher, bds 5 Summer 
Israel, emp N. H. S. M. Co. and insurance agent 5 

Summer, h do. 
Lou M. Miss, clerk P. 0., bds 5 Summer 
Nicholls Walter, emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds Whitney c Bat- 
tle 
Nichols A. Hubbard, rem to Springfield 

Frederick G., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms Lamb's blk 

SMain 
George F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 100 E Main 
Hannah Mrs., bds 100 E Main 
Nilson Alfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 15 Bacon 
Alfred Mrs., dressmaker 15 Bacon, h do. 
Anders, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h west road to North 

Orange 
August, carpenter, h Clifton 
Charles A., emp J. B. R. S. Co, bds Combs av 
Hans, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Combs av 
John W., laborer, h r 55 W Main 
Oscar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Spring c Fountain 
Nims Henry D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 12 Summer 
Noel Napoleon, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E River n S 

Main 
Noonan Richard F., baker emp E. P. Felton, E Howe 
Norcross Daniel, engineer, bds E River bey ice house 
Nordgren Andrew B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Orange 

Plains 
Norling Axel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 40 Pleasant 
North Main Street School — see Central School 
Orange Cemetery, North Orange 
Orange Co-operative Creamery Association, Burt A. 
Hawley manager, North Orange 
Noyce Brooks H., farmer, h Old Athol road 
Noyes Ella M., widow Oscar A., bds N Main ab Clark av 
Nutting Frederick H., sup't sewers, h Linden av 
Nyburg Annie, widow Carl, h E River c Prentiss 
Nye Albert H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mann's blk E Main 
Frances, widow Elizur, rem to Brooklyn, N. Y. 



48 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Nylander Albert, shoemaker S Main n Water, bcls Cot- 
tage 
Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Cottage 
Herman, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Cottage 
Nystrom Andrew Gnstaf, blacksmith Spear's blk E River, 
h McCarthy's lane 
Clans, emp X. H. S. M. Co., h E River bey Prentiss 

OAKES ANNA E. MRS., boarding house 23 E Main, h 
do. 
Harry E., operator N. E. Tel. and Telegraph Co., bds 
23 E Main 
Oberg Algot, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms W River n High- 
land 
Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Briggs n McKenna 
Charles L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Briggs n McKenna 
John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard n Shumway 
O'Connell Benjamin, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard opp 
McKenna 
John, laborer, bds 27 W River 
John Jr., emp N. H. S. M. Co. and boats to let opp 

depot, h Highland n Walnut Hill 
Nora Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Pleasant c Put- 
nam 
William, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 27 W River 
Odell Frank, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase bey Spring 
Oliver George S., music teacher, bds North Orange 

Leroy D., emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 

Wheeler av 
Orrin, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 

Wheeler av 
Ozi, carpenter, h 23 Congress n Fountain 
Solon J., blacksmith, grocer and dealer in organs 

North Orange, h do. 
Walton F., mechanic, bds North Orange 
Olson Carl, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 40 Pleasant 
O'Loughlin Thomas, shoemaker emp Orange Shoe Store, 
bcls W Main bey shoe shop 
Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 42 W Main 
Emil, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 63 E Main 
Paulus, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 6 High 
Solomon A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 23 High 
Opera House, 10 W Main 
Oranore Board of Trade, Fred A. Dexter sec, (11) Masonic 

blk S Main 
ORANGE CLOTHING CO. Cutting & Dexter props, S 
Main c E Main— See p 108 
Construction Co., carpenters and builders, office The 
S. D. Munro oft' Mill 

ORANGE CO-OPERATIVE BANK, E. S. Hall sec. and 

treas, Mann's blk 6 S Main — See front col'd p 
III 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. I!) 

OrangeDyeHouse, Frank E. Dean prop., r Baptisl Church 
E Main 

Electric Light Co., Dwight A. Armstrong sup't, (Ti) 
Lamb's blk S Main 
ORANGE ENTERPRISE, Dexter J, Crandal] editor and 

prop., Mann's blk S Main— Sec p L06 
Fraternal Hall, School n N Main 
Furniture Co., furniture mfrs. oil' S Main 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO. hardware, paints, oils, -lass, 
lime, cement, sporting goods, etc. Mann's blk S 
Main — See p 107 
ORANGE JOURNAL William M. Pomeroy editor and 

prop., opp depot — See p 105 
ORANGE NATIONAL BANK, John W. Wheeler pres., N 
Main — See front coPd p III 
Public Library, Mrs. W. M. Pomeroy librarian, Town 

Hall 
Public Welfare Eeading Room, Masonic blk S Main 
n railroad 
ORANGE SAVINGS BANK, John W. Wheeler pies., N 
Main — See front col'd p III 
Shirt Co., shirt mfrs. E River n S Main 
Steam Laundry and Carpet Cleaning Works, Fred B. 
Hubbard prop., opp depot 
Orcutt Charles E., laborer, bds Beacon n E Howe 
Hannah W., widow John, h Mechanic court 
Joseph, farmer, h Warwick road, West Orange 
Mary I. Miss, bds Mechanic court 
Sadie M. Miss, clerk C. A. Smith, h r 40 E Main 
Susan Miss, h Warwick road, West Orange 
Ormsbee Daniel G., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 61 1ST Main 

Georgia L. Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 49 W Main 
Juliette, widow George, bds 23 King c Central 
Osborn Jonathan A., farm hand F. Leavitt Chestnut Hill 

road, bds do. 
Osterhout William E., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h 34 Pleasant 
Overing Charles B., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h Dexter 

William J., hackman, h 53 E Main 
Overview The, L. E. McLean prop., North Orange 

PAIGE GEORGE R. grocer 4 E Main, rms N" Prospect- 
See p 109 

Palmer Louise, widow George P., h Mechanic court 

Paquin Leon A., veterinary surgeon 17 N Main, bds E 
Main 

Paralto Joseph, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds off Walnut Hill 
road 

Parker Aldis A., upholsterer and broom mfr. Spring n 
Pleasant, h do. 
Alfred A., h 5 Grove 



50 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Parker Charles B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Spring n 
Pleasant 
Charles W., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 9 King c Adams 
Charles W. Mrs., dressmaker 9 King e Adams, h do. 
Prank E., emp JS T . H. S. M. Co., h 92 E Main 
George M., rem to Bellows Palls, Vt. 
Jennie C, widow Willis K., bds N Main opp Logan av 
P. C Mrs., teacher, mis Congress n Pleasant 
Parkman Alfred C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter c 
Broadway 
George E., h'77 N Main 
Parmenter Prank S., rem to Athol 

Hiram L., hoarding house 47 W Main 
John W., lumber dealer, h 21 Summit 
Parsnow Lewis, teamster emp est. W. H. Connor, bds 55 E 

Main 
Parsons Augusta M. Miss, dressmaker Myrtle n Adams, bds 
do. 
Prank J., carpenter, bds Myrtle n Adams 
Gilbert, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off 20 Congress 
John C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 16 Carpenter 
John F., rem to Uxbridge 
Joseph G., rem to Dakota 
Seth T., carpenter, h Myrtle n Adams 
Warner, laborer, h Dexter c N Main 
Partridge Milo W., millwright, h 61 W Main 
Patenaude Ambrose, rem to Warwick 

Fred, laborer, bds Warwick road, North Orange 
John, laborer, bds Warwick road, North Orange 
Louis, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h ab Redstock Farm west 

road to North Orange 
Norbert, farmer, h Warwick road, North Orange 
Patterson Charles A., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Eddy 

Charles V., printer emp 8 Fountain, bds 8 Eddy 
Paul Henry P., mechanic, h Tully 

Martin, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 6 Maynard c Mc- 
Kenna 
Paver William H, foreman R. H. Mach. Co., h Beacon n E 

Howe 
Peabody Emma F., widow Henry, h 55 E Main 
Pearson Anders Edmund, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h off Myrtle 
n Fountain 
Frank E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main c Lincoln 
av 
Peasley Alice J. Miss, teacher, bds 113 E Main 
Eldridge D., emp Athol, bds 113 E Main 
Lucy A., widow Abijah W., h 113 E Main 
Peck Fannie Mrs., h North Orange 
Peckham Charles A., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
Peirson William R., rem to Athol 

Pellerin William E,, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Whitney n E 
Main 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 51 

Pelkey Louisa Mrs.,, bds E River bey Prentiss 

Pender Richard, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h E River bey Pren- 
tiss 

Penly Allen B., h Dexter n N Main 

Perley William A., bookkeeper A. D. Potter, res Greenfield 

Perry C. Fred, painter, h 17 Myrtle n Pleasant 

Person Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms W River n May- 
nard 

Persons Henry L., rem to Spencer 

Peters William A., clerk H. W. Laughton, h 33 Pleasant 

Peterson Andrew S., laborer, h Briggs n McKenna 
August, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av 
Carl, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds W River n Maynard 
Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h head of Clifton 
Charles, emp N H. S. M. Co., bds Briggs bey W River 
John, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 63 E Main. 
John A., emp J. W. Wheeler, bds Wheeler av 
Nils, rem to New Salem 

Oscar, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h r 12 Myrtle n Cheney 
Paul, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 63 E Main 

Phelan William J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress n 
Cheney 

Phelps Charles L., emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main bey 
Wheeler av 
Earle C, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 
Wheeler av 

PHILLIPS EZRA A. baker, caterer and ice cream 15 N 
Main, h do.— See p 108 
William, laborer, h Chestnut Hill road 

Phinney Detroit, laborer, rms r 55 W Main 
Francis L., farmer, bds South road 
Irene, widow Hudson, h South road 
Louise R., widow Amma E., bds Winter n Mechanic 
Minot H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 31 S Main 
Sarah, widow Ansel, bds N Main n Logan av 
Uziel P., painter, bds N Main n Logan av 
Walter R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill opp 
Combs av 

Pickett Charles G. contractor N. Keg and Box Co., h 26 
High 
Osman, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds 26 High 

Pierce Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress n 
Chase 
Lesley M., watchmaker, optician and stationery 

Mann's blk S Main, bds S Main n Water 
Luman P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 61 Pleasant 

Pitcher Orrin, bds off W Main bey Shelter 

Plains Cemetery, at Tully 

Platts Frank W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 30 Pleasant 

Pollard Henry 0., farmer, bds E River opp ice house 

Pollawada Anton, farm hand Redstock Farm, bds do. 

Pomeroy Abbie J., widow Daniel, h 24 E Main 



5.2 ORAXGE DIRECTORY. 

POMEROY WILLIAM M. publisher and editor Orange 
Journal, h 26 Prospect 
W. M. Mrs., librarian Orange Public Library, li 26 
Prospect 
Pope Jesse B., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 5 Summit 
Porter Charles F., stone mason, h 7 E Howe 

Frank A., emp K H. S. M. Co., rms 24 E Main 
Fred C, emp K Keg and Box Co., h 127 E Main 
George L., emp N. II. S. M. Co., li 5 Carpenter 
John D., emp R. H. Macli. Co., h Mechanic c Lincoln 
av 
Post Office, N Main n W Main 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co., Edwin L. Derby manager, Ma- 
sonic blk S Main 
POTTER ARTHUR D. grist mill, flour, feed, grain, hay, 
lime, cement, coal, etc. off Mill n railroad, res 
Greenfield — See p 109 
Edward, rem to Greenfield 

Fred, motorman, bds E Main off N. Keg and Box Co.. 
Ida Jane Miss, bds Battle opp Battle lane 
Powers Austin PL, emp K II. S. M. Co., h 13 Congress 
Henry A., ice dealer 5 Bacon, h do. 
Herbert J., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h Abraham's Temple 

N Main 
Jason B., emp K H. S. M. Co., bds 42 W Main 
Michael L., trav. salesman, h King bey Central 
0. L. Mrs., h 42 W Main 
Pratt Albert A., blacksmith and milk dealer South road n 
town line, h do. 
Anson L., emp K H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Burrill 

av 
Bert i W., rem to Richmond, N. H. 
Charles H., teamster, h n Wendell depot 
Charles W., clerk 0. A. Fay, Athol, h 3 Mechanic 
Cora, widow Giles G., h 60 W Main 
George M., emp K H. S. M. Co., rms 20 E Main 
George N., laborer, h South road n town line 
Lewis G., farmer, h South road n town line 
Orester W., rem to Winchester 
Sumner, farm hand, h Orange Plains 
Prentiss Arthur A., manager A. D. Potter off Mill n rail- 
road, rms Abraham's Temple N Main 
Bros. (William H. and Francis A. Prentiss), painters 

and paper hangers Prentiss n E River 
Candace M., widow Gilbert L., h Prentiss n E River 
Francis A. (Prentiss Bros.) Prentiss n E River, h do. 
Herbert H., rem to Boston 
James C, teamster, h Tully 

William H. (Prentiss Bros.) Prentiss bel E River, h 
do. 
Priest George E., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 55 Pleasant 
Prouty Ariel II., emp W. H. Connor, h S Main bel Burrill 
av 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 53 

■Prouty Chester W., rem to Cooleyville 

Edward A., laborer, h Walnut Hill road 
Jesse W., coremaker, bds S Main bel Burrill av 
Putnam Abraham P., prop. Putnam House W Main, h do. 
A. Pierce, clerk Putnam House, bds do. 
Charles H., variety store basement Putnam House W 

Main, bds 10 W Main 
Danforth (D. Putnam & Son) Opera House blk W 

Main, h do. 
Daniel B., machinist, h E Main bey "Wheeler av 
D. & Son (Danforth and Henry C. Putnam), grocers 

Opera House blk W Main 
Henry C. (D. Putnam & Son) Opera House blk W 

Main, h 31 do. 
House, A. P. Putnam prop., W Main 
Isabella P. Mrs., bds Fountain n Congress 
James J., conductor F. R. R., h Opera House blk W 

Main 
L. Fannie Miss, compositor Orange Enterprise, bds 10 

W Main 
Mary S., widow John, h 30 W Main 
Maude A. Miss, bds Walnut Hill opp Charles 
Nathan B., carpenter, bds Putnam House 
Putney John W., mechanic, h n Wendell depot 
Pythian Hall, W Main n S Main 

QUINLAN DENNIS, horse trainer J. W. Wheeler, bds 
Wheeler av 

Quinn Peter, emp J. W. Wheeler, bds Wheeler av 
Thomas, painter emp 21 N Main, bds 31 do. 

Quist John B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River n High- 
land 

RACKLEY AARON J., pressman emp Mann & Sprague, 

bds 47 W Main 
Railroad Depot, junc. Depot, Water and Railroad 
Ramage John, emp R. H. Mach. Co., rms 2 School 
Ramsdell John A., rem to Athol 

Pamsey Horace H. (L. P. Ramsey & Son) 11 Mechanic, h 
do. 
L. P. & Son (Luther P. and Horace H. Ramsey), un- 
dertakers 11 Mechanic 
Luther P. (L. P. Ramsey & Son) 11 Mechanic, h do. 
Sarah J., widow John, h 6 Grove 
Rand Elmer A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Shelter n W Main 
Frank S., emp 0. Elec. Light Co., h W Main bey shoe 

shop 
Norman H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 14 Bacon 
Ransom W., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 87 W Main 
Ranney Walter L., clerk N. IT. S. M. Co., h 140 E Main n 
Wheeler av 



54 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Rawlings Albert, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Whitney n school- 
house 
Rawson Eddie A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 95 S Main 
Henry L., farmer, h Holtshire road 
Marble C, carpenter, h Walnut Hill road 
Silas, emp Athol, bds Walnut Hill road 
Willie M., farmer, bds Walnut Hill road 
Raymond George J., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h Central bel 
King 
Wallace E., portable saw mill, h 12 Highland 
Read David P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 80 S Main c King 
Lizzie E. Miss, clerk Orange Savings Bank, bds 80 S 
Main c King 
Reed Charles W., clerk C. C. Brooks, rms 18 E Main 
Mary Miss, nurse, rms 37 N Main 
Mavorette Miss, teacher, bds 35 W Main 
Reynolds James, emp R. H. Mach. Co., rms Bacon c Sum- 
mer 
Jay B. Shoe Co., shoe mfrs. W Main n Shelter 
Jay B., treas. Jay B. Reynolds Shoe Co., W Main n 

Shelter (Reynolds & Dorr) S Main, res Athol 
& Dorr (J. B. Reynolds and Clinton R. Dorr), shoe 
dealers (10) Masonic blk S Main 
Rice Alfred P., groceries, grain and feed, and postmaster 
North Orange, h do. 
Emogene E. Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds S Main 

bel Burrill av 
Marion D. Mrs., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h E River n S 
Main 
Rich Clarence 0., farmer, h North Orange 

Jasper D., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Walnut Hill n. 

Charles 
John H., laborer, h east road to North Orange 
Julia A., widow Lyman, h North Orange 
Laura J., widow D. 0., h off Hamilton av 
Richard Bonaparte, rem to Canada 

Charles, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 86 S Main 
Richards Alexander, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 106 E Main 
Charles E., mason Athol road n Central Park, h do. 
Ered, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h Wheeler av n E 

Main 
Laura, widow William, bds Highland c Shumway 
William B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard c Mc- 
Kenna 
Richardson Benjamin N., farm hand, h Tully 
Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 5 Howe 
George B., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Wheeler av 
George W., farmer, h Tully 
Irving E., teamster H. Coolidge, h Holtshire road opp 

W River 
Isabella, widow Robert, rem to Waverly 
Martha J., widow James H., h Grove opp cemetery 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Richardson Sarah R., widow II. G., h Wheeler av 
Rinquist Bernard, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Su mini t n Mayo 
Rising Fred J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 6 Maynard n W 

River 
Risley — see Wrisley 

Rix Frederick, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Myrtle c Eayden 
Robbins Albert E., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Putnam n 
Fountain 
Amos H., clerk L. M. Cross & Co., h 14 E River n 8 

Main 
Charles F., painter and paper hanger 54 N Main, li do. 
Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h end of Pleasant 
Charles N., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main c Lin- 
coln av 
Ella E. Miss, hair worker, h 37 N Main 
Hiram H., bds 5 Bacon 
Mary F. Miss, h 37 1ST Main 
Robinson Daniel H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 3-5 W River 

Henry H., rem to North Adams 
Roche John J., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 25 Pleasant 
Rockwell Albert L., emp F. Fitts, h 75 E Main 
Roden William H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 8 Summer 
RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO. mfrs. turbine water 
wheels, woolen machinery, brass founders, etc. 
foot Mill— See front coLd p II 
Rogers Alfred A., emp town, h N Main n Logan av 
^ Ellen M., widow George E., h 31 W Main 
Herbert M., trav. salesman, h Dexter 
James E., engineer Whitman Grocery Co., h 12 Myr- 
tle n Cheney 
Ross John, rem to Boston 

Rouffignac Ambrose K., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard 
c McKenna 
John, bds Maynard c McKenna 
Rourke Roger 0., clerk H. W. Laughton, h r 5 Grove 
Rowe George T., farmer and milk dealer, h North Orange 
Royce Augustus, pressman emp Mann & Sprague, h Pren- 
tiss n E River 
Rugg George R,, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms 25 W River 
Justin^W., emp est. W. H. Connor, h 80 E Main 
Ruhman August A. emp N". H. S. M. Co., bds 5 King 
Rumrill David M., farmer, h Athol road, North Orange 
Russell Archie J., painter, h Hamilton av 

Charles S., emp N". H. S. M. Co., bds Cheney n Con- 
gress 
Ellen M. Mrs., rem to West Dover, Vt. 
Mary E., widow Charles, bds 13 Congress 
Ryan Edward J., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Kelton n Cottage 
James Mrs., bds 50 E Main 
John E., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 19 King 
Thomas, boss carder E. S. Handy, h Eagle vi He 



56 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Ryder Fred A., printer emp Orange Enterprise, rms 10 W 
Main 

William H., teamster, h 113 E Main 
Rylander Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 68 W River 

Ernest, emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms W River n Maynard 

Gottfried, mechanic, bds 68 W River 

SAMPSON ELIZABETH, widow Isaac P., h 9 Summer 
Samuelson Samuel, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Cottage 
Sanborn Albert E., painter, h Carpenter n Pleasant 
Sand John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill n High- 
land 
Sandberg John A., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h West Orange 
Sanderson C. E., rem to Fitchburg 
Sanger Charles T., h 45 W Main 

George T., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h W Main c Shelter 

Henrietta D. Miss, ass't bookkeeper J. B. R. S. Co., 
bds 45 W Main 

J. L. Mrs., dressmaker W Main c Shelter, h do. 

Joshua L., painter, h W Main c Shelter 
Sargent William H., bartender Chester A. Hinds, bds 

Hotel Brooklyn 
Sawtelle Sultyna J., widow Ezra, bds 25 Congress 
Sawyer Charles 0., trav. salesman, h 15 Pleasant 

Erastus 0., emp Athol, h 53 E Main 

George A., emp 1ST. H. S. M. Co., h 15 Mechanic 

John Frank, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 8 Howe 

Orrin, rem to Athol 

Roy R., drug clerk, bds 15 Pleasant 

Silas, rem to Winchendon 

Walter A., clerk J. C. Wikel & Co., bds 53 E Main 

William G., clerk Orange Clothing Co., bds 15 Pleas- 
ant 
Schenck Allen, pres. The New Home Sewing Machine Co., 
res New York 

Frank, rem to Bennington, Vt. 
Schnltz Carl, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Chase bel Spring 

Gustaf, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Briggs c McKenna 
Scott Fred H., rem to Athol 

George C, rem to Wendell 
Sears Frank P., driver Lamb Bros. & Co., h Combs av 
Seaver Francis, h Congress n Fountain 
Sedgwick Louis B., engineer 0. S. Co., bds 34 Mechanic 
Selectmen's Office, Town Hall N Main 
Severance Charles H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off Hamil- 
ton av 

Charles H. Mrs., dressmaker off Hamilton av, h do. 

George R., farmer, h 71 Pleasant 
Sevigny Paul, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 

WTieeler av 
Sexton James F., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 5 Highland n W 
River 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Sharon Samuel, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h r 9 Mechanic 
Shattuck Emma D., widow Samuel, h n Wendell depol 
Mary, widow Frederick A., h 38 E Alain 
Mary J., widow A. L., h 43 N Main 
Shaw Charles L., inspector N. H. S. M. Co., h Logan av n 
N Main 
Francis L., rem to Lake Pleasant 
George L., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Summit ab Mayo 
Harry L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Logan av n \ 

Main 
Maggie Miss, bds Cheney c Putnam 
Sarah, widow William, bds 71 N Main 
Shea Lizzie Miss, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main 

bey Wheeler av 
Shearer George F., rem to Athol 
Shepard John, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 46 N Main 
Shepardson James M., emp N". H. S. M. Co., h/ South road 
Sherwin George P., h 73 S Main 
Harriet Mrs., bds 5 Summit 
H. Arthur, emp N. PL S. M. Co., h 5 Summit 
Sherwood John H., horseshoer emp D. G. Wyman, bds 

American House 
Short John, emp X. H. S. M. Co., h E River bey Prentiss 
Shovan Aaron H., emp Frank Fitts, bds n Wendell depot 
Shumway John W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 16 Pleasant 
Maylou K. Miss, teacher, bds 11 Highland n Shum- 
way 
Rufus T. (Fav & Shumway) 11 Highland n Shumway, 
hdo. 
Sibley Clarence E., student, bds 74 S Main 

Everett L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 74 S Main 
Pamelia, widow Lucius, h 71 Pleasant 
Siddons George, farmer, h west road to North. Orange 
Simmons Dwight, carpenter, h E River bey ice house 

Fred W., rem West 
Simonds Daniel A., farmer, h Holtshire road n North 
Pond 
James H., emp R. H. Mach. Co., li 50 E Main 
Simpson Bradford P., dentist emp J. R. Bement, bds Man- 
sion House 
Sinclair Ernest, emp K U. Wakefield, North Orange, bds 
do. 
Perliett, widow John H., h 25 W River 
Sing Wing, Chinese laundry S Main n Railroad, h do. 
Sisk James A., emp R. H. Mach. Co., bds 56 W Main 
Slade Edgar 0., butcher, h 25 Bacon 

SLATE ARTHUR F. carpenter and. builder High c Pros- 
pect, bds do. — See p 110 
Sleeper Carl R., student, bds 37 Prospect 

Joseph D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 37 Prospect 
Small Edward J., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 17 Mechanic 
Smiley William H., painter, h Burrill av n Prentiss 



58 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Smith Alfred, tailor Water, bds Adams n Myrtle 
Alfred II., rem to Hampton, Vt. 
Bunyan, farmer, h Walnut Hill n Chase 
Charles E., emp town, h S Main bel Burrill av 
Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 66 W River 
Clarence A., druggist Mann's blk 4 S Main, h 12 W 

River 
Clarence Adam, plumber, h South road 
Clarence H., rem to Winchester 
David, emp N. If. S. M. Co., h Hamilton a^v 
Elisha A., farmer, h South road 
Frank D., carpenter, h r Putnam House 
George F., clerk N. H. S. M. Co., h Adams n Myrtle 
George H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off N Main n Lo- 
gan av 
George S., prop. Mansion House 19 W Main, h do. 
Henry C, toolmaker N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av 
Hiram F. M., physician 28 E Main, h do. 
Jane F., widow Emerson, h X Main opp Reynolds av 
Jane M. Mrs., h Chestnut Hill road 
Jesse V., rem to Georgetown 
Leslie, emp G. H. Lawrence, h Myrtle n Adams 
Lucy M. Mrs., rem to Boston 
Lydia J., widow Simonds, h Ball n W Main 
Mary A., widow Charles T., h 5 King 
Mary E. Mrs., h 29 Bacon 
Nelson, farmer, bds South road 

Ralph M., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Cottage n Kelt on 
Bay Archibald, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Cottage n 

Kelton 
Walter A., emp town, h 27 Pleasant 
William E., rem to Athol 

William E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Mill n E Main 
Willie B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h N Main ab Clark av 

Snow Albert E., emp J. B. R. S. Co,, h Kelton n Cottage 
George L., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 49 Pleasant 

Sodermann Nils, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 11 King c Adams 
Nils P., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 11 King c Adams 
0. Paulus, emp J. B. B. S. Co., bds 11 King c Adams 

Southwick Addison D., laborer, bds South road bel school- 
house 
Addison P., painter, h South road bel schoolhouse 
Nettie Miss, rem to Middletown, Conn. 

Southworth Arthur E., cigars and billiard room S Main n 
Bailroad, bds 85 W Main 
Charles A., h Grove n School 
Everett, boxmaker, h Warwick road, West Orange 
Martha A., widow Edward W., h 85 W Main 

Spear Eliza J., widow Isaac, h 31 W Biver 
Erastus, farmer, h 9 Cheney 
Frank L., emp R. II. Mach. Co., h 9 Mechanic 
Laura E. Miss, clerk W. Gow & Co., bds 9 Mechanic 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 59 

Spear Stella, widow Leslie E., h Cheney c Putnam 
Spencer Joseph, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 3 Congress 

Maria, widow Barzilla, bds E. S. Young, Redstock 

Farm 
Spooner Arthur E., emp N*. H. S. M. Co., h S Main be] 

Bnrrill av 
Sprague Frederick H. (Mann & Sprague) E River n S 
Main, h 70 S Main 
George L., emp N. Keg and Box Co., h 32 Mechanic 
Samuel E., emp Mann & Sprague, bds Pleasant c Myr- 
tle 
Vere N., drug clerk 29 S Main, bds 32 Mechanic 
William, emp R. 0. Yorce, h Orange Plains 
Spring Abbott E., mason, h S Main bel Burrill av 
Sprout Luen W., laborer, h Battle c Whitney 
Stack Eliza, widow Patrick, bds 34 Prospect 

William J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 34 Prospect 
Stafford Albert E., farmer, h Tully 

Aurilla D., widow George, h North Orange 
Charles M., clerk G. C. Fenton, bds 20 E Main 
Carence L., trav. salesman, h 6 Maynard 
Edward, farmer and milk dealer, h North Orange 
Elbert C, upholsterer emp E. W. Lamb, bds 21 King 
Fred N., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms Congress c S Main 
Thomas S., stone cutter, h east road to North Orange 
Stanley John 0., emp Holyoke, h Fountain c Myrtle 
Stanton Frank, emp N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main n Old 

Athol road 
Starkey Emma C, widow Charles II., h n Wendell depot 
George E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms Myrtle c Foun- 
tain 
Starks Henry C, laborer, h n Wendell depot 

Millard EL, mechanic, bds n Wendell depot 
Stearns Charles B., rem to New Salem 
John K., emp Frank Barnes, h Mill 
Samuel A., emp Stowell & Worrick, h Tully 
Stebbins Fred M., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Shelter 

Marshall W., h 12 High 
Steele Alma Mrs., housekeeper Sylvester Davis, east road 
to North Orange, bds do. 
Sarah A., widow David, bds 58 W Main 
Steinberg Frank L., emp J. B. R, S. Co., h 19 W River 
John E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 32 Prospect 
William A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Chase c Walnut 
Hill 
Steins Asa Lafure, emp P. Steins, bds Athol road bey Cen- 
tral Park 
Peter, steam saw mill, h Athol road bey Central Park 
Peter W., emp P. Steins, bds Athol road bey Central 
Park 
Stephenson Kate A. Miss, clerk C. W. Pratt, bds 37 N 
Main 



GO ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Stetson Charles S., h 144 E Main n Wheeler av 

Oscar F., rem to Grove, Vt. 
Stevens Albert E., rem to Hartford, Conn. 

Betsey L., widow Lafayette, h Shelter 

Charles, farmer, h Orange Plains 

Edwin H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Combs av 

Edwin N., farmer, h Eagleville 

Lydia, widow Joel S., bds Dexter 
Stevenson Emma, widow John L., h E River c Prentiss 
Stewart Robinson A., poultry raiser, h Sonth road 

Thomas S., rem to Springfield 
St. Germain Narcisse, carpenter, bds Adams n Cong. 
Church 

Philip, emp Mann & Spragne, bds W River n High- 
land 
Stimpson Ernest C, rem to Vermont 
Stimson Ansel C. E., insurance and real estate agent and 

tax collector Mann's blk S Main, h 11 Ball 
Stockwell Fred 0., inspector Bates Bros. Athol, h Athol 
road bey Central Park 

Otis J., h Athol road bey Central Park 
Stoddard Ernest H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 48 S Main 

Fred B., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Carpenter n Chenev 

William B., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 30 Pleasant 
Stohlborg John A., emp J. B. R, S. Co,, h Congress c 

Pleasant 
Stone Addie Miss, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Hamilton av 

Cordelia, widow Clark, bds Logan av n Mechanic 

Frank E., lumber dealer, h 41 W River 

Lncian F., carpenter, h Burrill av n S Main 

Mary C, widow Edwin, h 41 W River 

Melvin C., rem to North Dana 

Walter PL, barber Lamb's blk W Main, h 86 E Main 
Stowell Austin E., emp St o well & Worrick, h Tully 

Elvin D., restaurant 20 E Main, h do. 

Ernest W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 6 Eddy 

Henry R. (Stowell & Worrick) TuMy, res Athol 

& Worrick (Henry R. Stowell and Frank C. Worrick), 
furniture mfrs. Tully 
Stmt ton Herbert L., carpenter, h Cottage ab Kelton 
STRATTON JESSE R. emp J. B. R. S. Co., bicycle dealer 
and (Stratton's Operatic Orchestra) Congress c 
Pleasant, h do.— See p 107 

Sarah 0., widow J. Milton, h Congress c Pleasant 

STRATTON'S OPERATIC ORCHESTRA, Jesse R. Strat- 
ton manager and prompter, office Congress c 
Pleasant— See p 107 

Strecker Clarence, drug clerk emp C. A. Smith, bds Put- 
nam House 

Streeter Eliza, widow Dexter, bds Fountain c Myrtle 

Gilbert D., cm]) R, H. Mach. Co., h Fountain c Myr- 
tle 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 61 

Streeter Henry G., emp KT. IT. S. M. Co., h Shelter 
Stromberg John A., rem to Boston 
Stnbbs William L., emp G. L. Hill, rms 48 S Main 
Sugden Mary T. Mrs., h 11 Howe n Maple 
Sullivan Bridget, emp American House, bds do. 
Clara Mrs., h 31 N Main 

Richard, emp N. Keg and Box Co., bds E Main bey 
Wheeler av 
Summers William D., emp X. H. S. M. Co., h Mechanic c 

Sherman av 
Swan Carl, emp K. H. S. M. Co., bds Chase bel Spring 

Frederick H., foreman N. Keg and Box Co., h E Main 
bey Wheeler av 
Swanson Adolph, carpenter, h Cottage 

Charles, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds S Main n Water 
Swedish Evangelical Church, Pleasant c Putnam 
Sweetland James E., emp Henry Coolidge, bds Holtshire 

road 
Swenson Alfred, emp E. W. Lamb, h 30 W r Main 
Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 17 Mechanic 
Hjalmar, emp K. H. S. M. Co., rms 6 High 
Sylvester Amasa, tin peddler and soap mfr., h E Main n 
railroad bridge 
Fred, emp A. Sylvester E Main n railroad bridge, bds 
do. 

TABOR OSCAR P., foreman C. T. Mfg. Co., h 7 King 

Taft Charlotte S. Miss, h 49 W Main 

Tapley Clara Miss, teacher, bds 10 High 

Tapper John, laborer, h Mayo c Summit 

John V., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Mayo c Summit 

Tatman Henry Mrs., h E River opp ice house 

Tax Collector, office Mann's blk S Main 

Tay Christie Mrs., h Mill n E Main 

Taylor Adin, farmer, h Athol road, North Orange 
Atwell A., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 70 Pleasant 
Charles R., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Hamilton av 
Frank L., painter 4 Maynard, h do. 
George A., bds 70 Pleasant 
James D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 37 Cheney 
Leon W., emp Bridgewater, h Highland c Shumway 
Milon F., rem to New Hampshire 
Sydney S., saloon and pool room basement Opera 

House blk W Main, h S Main bel Burrill av 
William L., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds Hamilton av 
William 0., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 44 W Main 

Ten Broeck Stanton J., physician Mann's bk E Main, h do. 

Tenney Abbie P. Mrs., h 4 W River 

Charles H., barber emp 21 S Main, h 101 E Main 
Edwin E., conductor A. & 0. Elec. Ry., h 86 W Main 
James L., emp L. Mach. Co., h S Main bel Burrill av 
Julia, widow Henry C, h 40 E Main 



62 OKANGE DIRECTORY. 

Terrien Joseph, carpenter, h 8 Pleasant n W River 
Terry J. Emery, farmer, h Orange Plains 
John A., laborer, h Orange Plains 
Loren, laborer, bds Orange Plains 
Mary P., widow Jared, h Orange Plains 
Thayer Alphonzo L., emp N\ H. S. M. Co., h 58 Pleasant 
Alvin G., emp N. H. S. M. Co., and shoe store 43 E 

Main, h do. 
Henry P., meat peddler, h Chestnut Hill road 
Leslie 0., rms 21 E Main 

Lewis E., bookkeeper G. R. Paige, bds Howe opp Ma- 
ple 
L. 0. Mrs., milliner 21 E Main, rms do. 
Mary L., widow Cephas M., h Howe opp Maple 
Sarah J. Mrs., nurse, bds Old Athol road n town line 
Walter R., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 25 Congress 
Willis D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 31 Mechanic 
Therrien Alfred, farmer, h off west road to North Orange 
Thomas Charles I., draughtsman R. H. Mach. Co., bds S 
Main c Burrill av 
Edwin A., dentist Davis' blk 16 W Main, h 10 Foun- 
tain 
Jennie S., widow Eli R., h 49 W Main 
Thompson D. Webster, carpenter, h middle road to North 
Orange 
George H., photographer W Main opp Mansion 

House, h 71 S Main 
John, emp R. H. Mach. Co., res Athol 
Loring S., farmer, h North Orange 
Thoren Albert, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 10 Congress 
Frank, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 12 Myrtle 
Nathaniel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 13 Bacon 
Walfred, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h r 12 Myrtle 
Thresher H. Burt, emp L. Mach. Co., bds Mansion House 
Thurston Thomas E., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h 10 Put- 
nam 
Timmins Edward, emp F. R. R., bds S Main n Water 
Patrick, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main c Blodgett 
Patrick J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Wheeler av n E 

Main 
Richard, emp F. R, R., bds S Main n Water 
Titus Jonah E., foreman N. H. S. M. Co., h 61 W Main 
Tobin Bridget, widow Matthew, rem to Nashua, N. H. 
Tolman Albert F., barber, bath room and cigar store 21 S 
Main, h 16 Congress c Pleasant 
Edwin C, bicycle agent 5 N Main, bds Ball n Kelton 
John IT., engineer R. H. Mach. Co., h 121 E Main 
Philip S., manager J. H. Briggs, Mann's blk S Main, 
h 56 W River 
Tonkin Samuel C, emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Whitney n E 

Main 
Torrev Lucien L., trav. salesman, h 9 Summit 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 63 

Torstensen Hans, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h ('omits ;i\ 

Town Clerk's Office, T. Wesley Bridge clerk, Depol n Etail- 

road 
Hall, N Main n W Main 
of Orange Water Works, Nicholas Laux sup't, office 

Depot n Railroad 
Treasurer's Office, T. Wesley Bridge treas., Depot n 
Railroad 
Towne Charles A., h 38 W Main 

Sarah L., widow Abner E., h 55 E Main 
Townsend Miriam, widow Augustus, rem to Athol 
Tracy Harry L., clerk Hotel Brooklyn, bds do. 
TRAIN ELVIN W. plumber, steam and gas fitter, etc. Rail- 
road n Water, h W Main bey shoe shop — See 
front col'd p IV 
Fred H., clerk E. W. Train, bds W Main bey shoe 
shop 
Trask Lena M. Mrs., bds Burrill av n S Main 
Trim Aaron F., farmer, h N Main c Clark av 

Laura A. Miss, bds N Main c Clark av 
Turner Almira K., widow John, h 50 E Main 

Esther F., widow Willis E., h off Hamilton av 
Frank L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Bur- 
rill av 
Henry H., painter, bds Prentiss bel Burrill av 
Jane, widow William B., bds east road to North Or- 
ange 
Lewis W., rem to West North field 
Thomas F., farmer, h 56 W Main 
Twitchell Leverna, w r idow Adams, bds Grove opp Grove 
court 
Luther H., emp E. E. Washburn, h 110 E Main 
Tyler Chester N., carpenter and builder head of Ball, h 
do. 
John, laborer, h 12 Pleasant 
William E., carpenter, bds head of Ball 
Tyrrell Namon, farmer and milk dealer, h Holtshire road 
Namon Mrs., h W Main bey shoe shop 

UNDERWOOD FRANK A., livery stable, dealer in car- 
riages and harness W Main n Ball, rms 25 W 
Main 
George M., trav. salesman, h Cheney c Congress 
Myrtle Miss, ass't librarian 0. Library, bds S Main n 

Burrill av 
Otis, farmer, li Chestnut Hill road 
Prentice H., trav. salesman, h S Main n Burrill av 
Ralph P., clerk M. E. Burrill, bds S Main n Burrill av 
Rosco, farmer, bds Chestnut Hill road 
Samuel L., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 58 E Main 
Walter, farmer, bds Chestnut Hill road 
Universalist Church, N Main n Prospect 



64 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Upham Charles EL, emp Athol, h Combs av 

Upton Alton A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., li 39 Pleasant 

Cordelia L., widow John, h 8 W River 

H. Bnrtt, cashier (freight) F. R. R., bds Putnam n 
Cheney 

Laura H. Miss, rms 78 S Main 

VAN ASSAM EDGAR, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 21 King 
Frederick R., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 21 King- 
Stephen E., clerk E. B. Miller 1 N Main, bds 21 King 
Varney Levi A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 80 S Main c 

King 
Vellen Edward, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds S Main n Water 
Verney William S., painter and paper hanger E Howe, h 

do. 
Vincent George W., harnessmaker emp 20 W Main, h 

Gibbs court 
Voliri — see Wallin 

Vorce Ella E. Miss, milliner Bingham's blk S Main, h 1 W 
River 
John J., farm hand, h Holtshire road n Holtshire 

cemetery 
Rodger 0., milk dealer, h E River bey ice house 
William, farm hand, bds Holtshire road 

WADLEIGH FRED S., rem to Greenfield 

Waite Edgar T., rem to Southbridge 

Webster A., clerk 14 W Main, h 20 Mechanic 

Wakefield Alonzo C, farmer and milk dealer, h Tully 
Hoyt IT., farmer, h Tully 

Walker Charles S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h North Orange 
Clarence H., emp J. B. R. S. Co., li r 5 Grove 
James E., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 53 E Main 
John K., carpenter N. H. S. M. Co., h 69 W River n 

Hamilton 
Leslie C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h E River bey ice 

house 
Margaret, widow Michael, h Pleasant c Putnam 
M. Lena Miss, stenographer Orange Enterprise, bds E 

River bey ice house 
W. Harrison, emp N. II. S. M. Co., h S Main c King 
William H., stenographer C. T. Mfg. Co., h Gibbs 
court 

Wall James E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 23 King c Central 

Wallace Edwin B., painter emp 21 N Main, h 40 E Main 
Franklin, emp G. H. Lawrence, h Fountain c Putnam 
Fred W., baggage express 4 Grove, rms do. 
Lizzie M., widow James, rem to Warwick 

Wallin Charles, emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 68 W River 
— see Volin 

Walsh William, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n Spring 

Wamberg Charles £>., rem to Sweden 

Ward Clayton H., rem to Montague 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. <;:, 

Ward Eddie L., emp N. IJ. S. M. Co., bds 33 X Main 
Elizabeth J., widow Leonard, h 23 \ Main 
Elmer S., farmer, h Tully 
Everett D., farmer, h North Orange 
Henry A., farmer, h off cast road to North Orange 
Robert C, emp J. B. R. S. Co., rms W'alnui Mil! opp 

Charles 
West A., farmer, h off east road to North Orange 
William L., bds 23 N Main 
Warner Frank A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h I W River 

Julius E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Fountain n W 
River 
Warwick Stage Line, Samuel Hastings prop.; leave Orange 

P. 0. daily except Sundays 12. 30 p. m. 
Washburn Edward E., tin and sheet iron worker, stoves, 
etc. 3 Depot, h 58 E Main 
Esther A., widow Enoch, h Washburn's' blk 23 E 

Main 
John J., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h Grove opp Grove 
court 
Waters Frank T., student, bds 94 S Main 

Franklin L., county commissioner, h 8 Mechanic 
Herbert P., emp K H. S. M. Co., h Mechanic court 
Samuel, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Maynard n McKenna 
Samuel J., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Maynard c Mc- 
Kenna 
William W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 94 S Main 
Watkins Alonzo J., blacksmith, h 7 Mechanic 
Weaver Edgar G., bill poster Battle opp Battle lane, h 
do. 
Elgin L., teamster, h Walnut Hill road 
Horace K., mechanic, h S Main bel Burrill av 
Hosea P., painter, h 31 Prospect 
J. Leroy, farmer, h Walnut Hill road 
John, farmer, h N Main n Lincoln av 
Webb John, rem to Vermont 
W^ebber Alden S., farmer, h North Orange 

Herbert, farm hand, h east road to North Orange 
Theodore L., farmer, h Walnut Hill road 
Webster Charles II., engineer The S. D. Munro Co., h Wal- 
nut Hill 
Herbert, emp S. D. Munro Co., h 99 E Main 
J. Henry, jobber and lumber dealer, h West Orange 
Joseph Frank, laborer, h West Orange 
Mary Mrs., h off east road to North Orange 
Weeden William H., farmer, h west road to North Or- 
ange 
William W., farmer, h west road to North Orange 
Weeks Herbert, stone mason, h Old Athol road 
Weisbach George H., manager 0. S. Co., h Adams c 

Myrtle 
Welch Charles E., emp town, h E Main bey Wheeler av 

5 



66 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Welch George, rem to Mtchbiirg 

Helen J. Mrs., housekeeper C. P. Carr, Ball opp 

Prospect 
John B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms (16) Lamb's blk 

S Main 
Marion Mrs., bds J. W. Wheeler, Wheeler av 
Wells Wealthy A., widow Rollin, bds 21 Mechanic 

William E., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter n Me- 
chanic 
West Orange Cemetery, West Orange 

Orange House, Frank Z. Blair prop., West Orange 
Western Union Telegraph Co., Charles M. Bardwell man- 
ager, passenger depot 
Weymouth Frank E., clerk 19 N Main, bds W Main 
Fred S., grocer 19 N Main, h 30 do. 
Harry A., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h 85 W Main 
Wheeler Chapel No. 7 (Baptist), E Main bey Wheeler av 
Charles, emp Benjamin Cummings, North Orange, 

bds do. 
Charles A., emp N. H. S. M. Co., rms 18 W River 
Clara A. Miss, bds 10 High 
Emily A. Miss, h Blodgett n S Main 
Herbert H., meat market 4 Ball, h do. 
Herbert W., emp Greenfield, bds 10 High 
WHEELER JOHN W. vice pres., sec. and treas. New Home 
Sewing Machine Co., pres. Orange Savings Bank 
and Orange National Bank and (Wheeler Land 
Co.), h Grand View Farm, Wheeler av 
Land Co. (John W. Wheeler and George E. Whitney), 
real estate agents, office N. H. S. M. Co., S Main 
Louise M., widow Erastus 0., h 10 High 
Warren P., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Congress n Chase 
& Whitnev (Wheeler Land Co.), real estate agents, 
office N. H. S. M. Co., S Main 
Whelan Ella F., widow Edward, h 8 W River 
Whellehen John H., policeman, rms 31 W Main 
Whipple Frances M., widow George A., h 27 E Main 

Levi E., bartender Mansion House, bds do. 
Whitaker Proctor, mason, h Burrill av n S Main 
Whitcomb Frank S., mechanic, bds Summit opp Mayo 

George B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill road 
Wlii to Adriel C., farmer, h North Orange 

Auson A., carpenter, h W Main bey shoe shop 
Frank, teamster, bds 47 Pleasant 
Hattie E. Mrs., bds Fountain n Congress 
Ira A., fireman N. H. S. M. Co., h Winter c Beacon 
James, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main bel Burrill av 
Leonard E., machinist, bds Winter c Beacon 
Luther E., conductor A. & O. Elec. Ry., h 128 E Main 
Richard, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h W River bey May- 

nard 
Rolin O., farmer, bds North Orange 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. G7 

White Rosco H., draughtsman R. H. Mach. Co., h 21 Me- 
chanic 
Whitman Alvaro D., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Prentiss be! 

Blodgett 
WHITMAN GROCERY CO. mfrs. minute tapioca and 
minute gelatine Depot n railroad — See front 
coFd p III 
John S., job printer 8 Fountain n Putnam, h do. 
Lyman C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Walnut Hill road 
Martha A., widow James W., bds N Main ab Clark av 
Pearl S., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds Prentiss bel Blod- 
gett 
Whitney Ammi, landscape gardener, h Fountain n Put- 
nam 
Edward, stenographer N. H. S. M. Co., h 29 Me- 
chanic 
Eliza J., widow Sumner P., h 25 High 
Elmer C. (Whitney & Hapgood), h N Main n Clark 

av 
Elmer D., emp George H. Lawrence, li Broadway n 

Winter 
George E. (Wheeler Land Co.), h 24 High 
Harrison H., emp 0. Steam Laundry, bds E Main 

opp Whitney 
Joseph H., emp Frank Fitts, h E River bey Prentiss 
Lucretia, widow Watson H., h E Main opp Whitnev 
Melvin J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., bds 56 W Main 
Nelson B., rem to North Carolina 
Onda, widow Harrison, bds 77 E Main 
Street School, Whitney n Battle 

Walter C, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h E Main opp Whit- 
ney 
William, teamster, rms 27 W River 
& Hapgood (Elmer C. Whitney and Oscar D. Hap- 
good), lumber dealers N Main n Clark av 
Whittemore Edward W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 43 N 
Main 
Elijah, farmer, h Orange Plains 
John H., emp H. Coolida:e, Holtshire road, bds do. 
Willis E., emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds 5 N Main 
Whittier Reuben, teamster emp A. D. Potter, rms opp 

depot 
Wichland Andy, rem to Keene. N. H. 
Wiggins Henry A., bds 128 E Main 

Wikel George W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Battle lane c 
Battle 
J. C. & Co. (John C. Wikel and Warren H. Johnson), 

grocers Mann's blk E Main 
John C. (J. C. Wikel & Co.) E Main, h 27 Mechanic 
Wilbur Arthur B., carpenter, bds 101 S Main 
Charles R., carpenter, bds 101 S Main 
Emerson G., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chestnut Hill 
road 



68 ORANGE DIEECTOEY. 

Wilbur Frank M., emp 0. F. Co., h Walnut Hill road 
Hall A., painter, h Beacon n E Howe 
James W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., li 9 Putnam n Foun- 
tain 
James Y., carpenter and builder 101 S Main, li do. 
Thaddeus H., foreman A. & 0. Elec. Ey., rms 83 

E Main 
Walter, carpenter, li off W Main bey Shelter 
Walter, farmer, h Walnut Hill road 
Wilkinson Horace L., meat market Eailroad n S Main, bds 

S Main nWater 
Willard Benjamin, painter, h Cheney c Putnam 

Clayton E., foreman Orange Journal, bds 42 Pleas- 
ant 
Edwin A., watchman K H. S. M. Co., h 42 Pleasant 
George H., teamster, bds E Eiver opp ice house 
Henry 0., emp Woods & Baker, bds S Main bel Bur- 
rill av 
Mary Elizabeth Miss, housekeeper 12 W Eiver 
William B., farmer, h S Main bel Burr ill av 
William C, painter and paper hanger Spear's blk E 
Eiver, h Highland c Shumway 
Willey Elwin G., carpenter, h 21 Mechanic 
Flora E., widow Oscar D., h 19 Mechanic 
Nelson M., emp K H. S. M. Co., h 23 Mechanic 
'Simeon G., emp C. T. Mfg. Co., h 42 Mechanic 
Williams Amos L., stone mason 25 Bacon, h do. 

Charles E., clerk D. Putnam & Son, rms Abraham's 

Temple N Main 
Charles L., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 6 Myrtle 
Edgar F., laborer, bds west road to North Orange 
Edward, emp J. B. E. S. Co., bds off Hamilton av 
E. E., shipping clerk Mann & Sprague, rms do. 
Ernest M., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h 124 E Main 
Eva L., widow Arthur, teacher, rms 96 S Main 
Frank E., barber emp 21 S Main, h Putnam n Cheney 
Frank P., farmer and (Goddard & Williams) west road 

to North Orange, h do. 
George M., sup't cemetery, h Cottage opp Kelton 
John L., foreman E. H. Mach. Co., h 40 E Main 
Lucretia S., widow T. Addison, h 103 E Main 
Minnie A. Miss, bds 103 E Main 
Thomas B., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Cheney n Con- 
gress 
Williston Charles H., sup't town farm Warwick road, 
North Orange 
William W., farmer, bds Warwick road, North Or- 
ange 
Wilson Aaron, machinist, bds Congress c S Main 

Albert J., pool room Athol, h E Main bey Wheeler av 
av 
WILSON FREDERICK E. grocer 3 Depot, h 34 Mechanic 
—See p 109 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 69 

Wilson George W., emp E. S. Handy, h Eagleville 
Winchester George H., steamfitter, h 23 E Main 
Winn Jarvis F., bds 45 W River 
Win slow G. Martin, laborer, h South road 
Witherell Edward E., carpenter and builder N Main n Lo- 
gan av, h do. 
"Witt John, rem to Phillipston 

W 7 ood Edward J., clerk Orange Cothing Co., and bicycle 
agent S Main, h 63 N Main 
John, rem to New Hampshire 
Thaddeus H., emp 0. F. Co., h N Prospect 
W^oodis Charles W., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h S Main c 

King 
Woods Elsie Miss, rem to Templeton 

Harry L., emp J. B. E. S. Co., h Walnut Hill opp 

Charles 
Leander A., emp N". Keg and Box Co., h J.04- F Main 
William W. (Woods & Baker) 14 Highland, h do. 
& Baker (William W. Woods and Roland A. Baker), 
ice dealers 14 Highland 
Woodward Adeline, widow Dwight, bds 97 S Main 
Alfred, laborer, bds off Hamilton av 
Charles J., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h off Hamilton av 
Ernest H., emp N. H. S. M. Co., h r 40 E Main 
Wells T., emp R. H. Mach. Co., h 6 King 
"Worrick Arthur W., farmer, bds off east road to North 
Orange 
Frank C. (Stowell & Worrick) Tully, h do. 
Jeanette M., widow Lafayette, h 84 E Main 
Jesse, farmer, h off east road to North Orange 
W^orth James P., laborer, h Logan av n Mechanic 
W 7 otton Fred E., rem to Boston 

"Wright Charles E., emp J. B. R. S. Co., h Hay den n King 
Franklin T., shoemaker and harnessmaker Railroad, h 

58 W Main 
Orin W., lumber dealer 34 Pleasant, h do. 
Walter M„ physician 3? W Main, h 41 do. 
Wrisley Ernest L., farmer, h Chestnut Hill road 

Luke, farmer, h Chestnut Hill road 
Wyman Bernoni, emp Stowell & W^orrick, h Tully 
WYMAN DAVID G. carriage repairer, blacksmith and 
horseshoer E River opp Hayden, h 72 S Main — 
See p 111 

YALE WILLIAM B., dentist (9) Masonic blk S Main, h 

do. 
Tarter Clovis, laborer, h 35 N Main 

Young Edward S., farmer Redstock Farm, N Main, h do. 
Younggrun Gustaf, emp N. H. S. M. Co., h Chase bel 

Spring 

ZICHINI CARLISTO, emp J. B. R. S. Co., bds r 60 W 
Main 



ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 
Fenton George C, Mann's blk E Main 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See 
p 107 

APIARY. 
Foskett Frank S., west road to North Orange 

APOTHECARIES. 
Cheney A. M. & Co., Lamb's blk S Main 
Fish Frederick W., Andrew's blk 29 S Main 
Smith Charles A., Mann's blk 4 S Main 

ARTISTS. 
Bennett William B., r 20 E Main 
Erhard Edward H. Mrs., Prospect opp Memorial Hall 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Gaines F. 0., 21 N Main 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 
AMES HENRY S., (1) Masonic blk S Main— See p 107 
Hall Elisha H., Mann's blk 6 S Main 

AUCTIONEERS. 
Fowler & Herrick, (12) Lamb's blk S Main 

BAKERS. 
Felton Frank P., Water n S Main 
Lewis C. D. Mrs., 47 E Main 
PHILLIPS EZRA A., 15 N Main— See p 108 

BAND. 
New Home Band, A. W. Chase leader, Town Hall bdg 

BANKS. 
ORANGE CO-OPERATIVE BANK, E. S. Hall sec. and 

treas., 6 S Main — See front col'd p III 
ORANGE NATIONAL BANK, John W. Wheeler pres., 

N Main— See front col'd p III 
ORANGE SAYINGS BANK, John W. Wheeler pres., 

N Main— See front col'd p III 

BARBERS. 
Carter Frank H., S Main c E River 
Fleming Henry, West Orange 
Gagnon David M., W River c Pleasant 
Stone Walter H., Lamb's blk W Main 
Tolman A. F., 21 S Main 

BATH ROOMS. 
Tolman A. F., 21 S Main 






ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 71 

BICYCLE AGENTS. 
Emery Frederick C, W Main c N Main 
Howell Silas J., 13 S Main 
Miller & French, 1 N Main 

STRATTON JESSE R., Congress c Pleasant— See p 107 
Tolman Edwin C, 5 N Main 
Wood Edward J., Mann's blk S Main 

BILL POSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR. 
Weaver Edgar G., Battle opp Battle lane 

BILLIARD AND POOL ROOMS. 

Briggs James H., Mann's blk S Main 

Hinds Chester A., S Main c Water 

Southworth Arthur E., Masonic blk S Main 

Taylor Sidney S., basement Opera House blk W Main 

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOERS. 
Barber Fred W., E River n S Main 
Cheney Frank M., 61 E Main 
Cobb Anson 0., West Orange 
Nystrom Andrew Gustaf, Spears blk E River 
Oliver Solon J., North Orange 
Pratt Albert A., South road n town line 
WYMAN DAYID G., East River opp Hayden— See p 111 

BOARDING HOUSES. 
Boyd Hattie B. Mrs., S Main n Water 
Jackson B. F. Mrs., 4 Grove 
Miller Celia F. Mrs., Mann's blk E Main 
Oakes Anna E. Mrs., 23 E Main 
Parmenter Hiram L., 47 W Main 

BOATS TO LET. 
O'Connell John Jr., opp depot 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Morrill W. B., 2 E Main 

Pierce Lesley M., Mann's blk S Main 

BOOT HEEL MFR. 
Goding Charles A., Depot n E Main 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 
Barrows George E., Lamb's blk S Main n W Main 
Bolton Fred R., 3 N Main 
Reynolds & Dorr, (10) Masonic blk S Main 
Thayer Alvin G., 43 E Main 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRERS. 
Barrows George E., Lamb's blk S Main 
Bruce Charles R., W^ater n Railroad 
Dewing John A., 62 S Main 
Flynn Gregory, S Main c Railroad 



72 OEANGE BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 

I 
Newman Andrew, Water n Eailroad 
Nvlander Albert, S Main n Water 
Wright Franklin T., Eailroad 

BOTTLEES. 
GEAVES HAELEY H,, opp depot— See p 111 

BOWLING ALLEY. 
Conrad Jacob H., r Opera House blk W Main 

BOX MFES. 
Bemis Andrew T., West Orange 
Gale Conrad EL, Tully 
Lawrence George H., E Eiver n S Main 
NATIONAL KEG AND BOX CO., E Main n railroad 
tracks — See front coFd p II 

BEASS FOUNDEES. 
EODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., foot Mill— See front 
coFd p II 

BEICK DEALEES. 
Hoyt & Batchelder, 60 S Main 

BEOOM MFE. 
Parker Aldis A., Spring n Pleasant 

BUILDING MOVEE. 
BLODGETT AMOS, 28 W Eiver— See p 110 

CAEPENTEES AND BUILDEES. 
Cobb George L., 14 W Eiver c Walnut Hill 
Hamilton Calvin L., oft' Hamilton av 
Howe Josiah D., off W Main bey Shelter 
McKenna Martin M., W Eiver c Hamilton 
Orange Construction Co., office The S. D. Munro Co. off 

Mill 
SLATE AETHUE F., High c Prospect— See p 110 
Tyler Chester N., head of Ball 
Wilbur James Y., 101 S Main 
Witherell Edward E., N Main n Logan av 

CAEPET CLEAN EES. 
Breard Frank S., Cheney 

Orange Steam Laundry and Carpet Cleaning Works, opp 
depot 

CAEEIAGE DEALEE. 

Underwood Frank A., W Main n Ball 

CAEEIAGE MFES. AND EEPAIEEES. 
Cheney Frank M., 61 E Main 
Nvstrom Andrew Gustaf, Spears blk E Eiver 
WYMAN DAVID G., E Eiver opp Hayden— See p 111 

CAEEIAGE PA1NTEES. 
French Waldo E., 61 E Main 
Hastings Minot, Spear's blk E Eiver 



ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 73 

CATERER. 
PHILLIPS EZEA A., 15 N Main— See p 108 

CIDER MKRS. 
Goddard & Williams, west road to North Orange 

CIGAR STORES. 

Hinds Chester A., S Main c Water 
Morrill W. B., Goddard's blk E Main c N Main 
Southworth Arthur E., Masonic blk S Main 
Tolman A. F., 21 S Main 

CIVIL ENGINEEE AND SURVEYOR. 

Dexter Samuel S., Winter n N Main 

CLERGYMEN. 

Buckingham Herbert G. (Methodist), 59 S Main 
Eraser Donald (Universalist), North Orange k 
Freeman Leonard A. (Baptist), 36 Mechanic 
Gustafson John G. (Lutheran), E River opp Prentiss 
Henrikson J. M. (Congregational), Hamilton ay 
Judson George W. (Congregational), Adams n Myrtle 
Martin E. F. (E. C.), res Athol 

CLOTHING DEALERS. 
Bovee A. A., opp N. H. S. M. Co. S Main 
Erhard Edward H., Lamb's blk S Main 
ORANGE CLOTHING CO., Cutting & Dexter props., S 
Main c E Main— See p 108 

CLOTHING MERS. 

Mann & Sprague (pants and vests), E River 

COAL DEALERS. 
BARNES FRANK E., S Main c Railroad— See p 110 
Connor William H., estate of, opp depot 
FITTS FRANK, Water n depot— See p 110 
POTTER ARTHUR D., off Mill n railroad— See p 109 

CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT. 
Bartolomei Ernest, 27 S Main 
Carbonia Antonio, S Main n Railroad 
'Coburn William P., Athol road opp Central Park 
Felton Frank P., Water n S Main 

CREAMERY. 
"North Orange Co-operative Creamery iYssociation, North 
Orange 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Derby J. C, Masonic blk S Main 

DENTISTS. 
Bement John R., Mann's blk S Main 
Thomas Edwin A., Davis' blk 16 W Main 
Y~ale William B., (9) Masonic blk S Main 



74 ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

DEPUTY SHERIFF. 
Fowler Edward C., (72) Lamb's blk S Main 

DITCHING AND DRAINING. 

Carpenter George R., Clifton n S Main 

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. 
Davis Edwin, 18 W Main 
Kelton James E., S Main c Railroad 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Anderson Emma Miss, r 12 Myrtle 

Burrill Villette Mrs., Putnam n Pleasant 

Chase Hattie F. Mrs., 8 Summer 

Chase Lucinda S. Miss, Mann's blk S Main 

C]app Augusta M. Miss, 6 Ball 

Colson Annie E. Mrs., 24 E Main 

Curtis C. H. Mrs., 101 E Main 

Gagnon David M. Mrs., Congress n Cheney 

Geckler Edward F. Mrs., N Main n Lincoln av 

JiHson Susan V. Mrs., 6 High 

Lind Hannah Miss, 1 5 W Water 

Mann & Sprague (ladies' tailoring), E" River n S Main 

Moncrieft' James S. Mrs., Cottage n Kelton 

Nilson Alfred Mrs., 15 Bacon 

Parker Charles W. Mrs., 9 King c Adams 

Parsons Augusta M. Miss, Myrtle n Adams 

Sanger J. L. Mrs., W Main c^ Shelter 

Severence Charles H. Mrs., off Hamilton av 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Boston Dry Goods Store, L. M. Cross & Co. props., Bing- 
ham's blk S Main 
Emery Dry Goods Co., W Main c N Main 
FOSTER A. M. MISS, 25 S Main— See p 108 
Gow William & Co., 12 Opera House blk W Main 

DYERS. 
Orange Dye House, Frank E. Dean prop., r Baptist Church 
E Main 

ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. 
Orange Electric Light Co., Dwight A. Armstrong sup't, 
(12) Lamb's blk S Main 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 
National Express Co., Louis B. Matteson agent, passenger 
depot 

EXPRESSMEN AND TRUCKMEN. 
BARNES FRANK E., S Main c Railroad— See p 110 
BLODGETT AMOS, 28 W River— See p 110 
Connor William H., estate of, opp depot 
DAVIS ARTHUR T., 57 W River— See p 108 
FITTS FRANK, Water n Depot— See p 110 
Wallace Fred W. (baggage), 4 Grove 






ORANGE BUSINESS DIRKCTORY. ! 5 

FANCY GOODS. 
(See Dry and Fancy Goods). 

FISH AND OYSTER MARKETS. 
Bachelder Elbridge A., S Main n Railroad 
Dean Frank E., r Baptist Church E Main 

FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. 
Kiiowland Frank B., Tully 
Lamb Bros. & Co., Depot 

POTTER ARTHUR D, off Mill n Railroad— See p 109 
Rice Alfred P., North Orange 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE AGENT. 
King Warren M. ? N Main 

FURNACES AND RANGES. 
TRAIN ELVIN W. (furnaces), Railroad n 'Water— See- 
front col'd p IV 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Derby J. C, Masonic blk S Main 
Lamb Eugene W., Lamb's blk S Main 

FURNITURE MFRS. 
Orange Furniture Co., off S Main 
Stowell & Worrick, Tully 

GELATINE MFRS. 
WHITMAN GROCERY" CO., (minute), Depot n railroad 
— See front col'd p III 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Boston Dry Goods Store, L. M. Cross & Co. props., Bing- 
ham's blk S Main 

Boyce A. A., opp N. H. Sewing Machine Co. S Main 

Erhard Edward H., Lamb's blk S Main 

ORANGE CLOTHING CO., Cutting & Dexter props., S- 
Main c E Main — See p 108 

GRIST MILLS. 
Lamb Bros. & Co., Depot 
POTTER ARTHUR D., off Mill n Railroad— See p 109 

GROCERS. 
Brooks Charles C, Brooks' blk 18 E Main 
Bugbee Edwin W., West Orange 
Burrill M. E., S Main c railroad 
Johnson Aaron L., Bingham's blk S Main 
Knowland Frank B., Tully 
Lind Gustave, W River n Pleasant 
Oliver Solon J., North Orange " 
PAIGE GEORGE R., 4 E Main— See p 109 
Putnam D. & Son, Opera House blk W Main 
Rice Alfred P., North Orange 



76 ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Wevmouth Fred S., 19 N Main 

WHITMAN GROCERY CO. (minute tapioca), Depot n 

railroad — See front col'd p III 
Wikel J. C. & Co., Mann's blk E Main 
WILSON FREDERICK E., 3 Depot— See p 109 

GUN AND LOCKSMITH. 
Howell Silas J., 13 S Main 

HARDWARE MFRS. 
Leavitt Machine Co. The (specialties), E River 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY DEALERS. 
Fenton George C, Mann's blk E Main 
Hill George L. (cutlery), Mann's blk E Main 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See p 
107 

HARNESS MAKERS AND DEALERS. 
Hastings Charles W., 20 W T Main 
Underwood Frank A., W Main n Ball 
Wright Franklin T., Railroad 

HATS AND CAPS. 
Boyce A. A., opp N. H. Sewing Machine Co. S Main 
Erhard Edward H., Lamb's blk S Main 
ORANGE CLOTHING CO., Cutting & Dexter props., S 
Main c E Main— See p 108 

HAY AND STRAW DEALERS. 
Connor William H., estate of, opp Depot 
Lamb Bros. & Co., Depot 
POTTER ARTHUR D., off Mill n railroad— See p 109 

HOT WATER. HEATING. 
Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 
TRAIN ELVIN W., Railroad n Water— See col'd p IV 

HOTELS. 
AMERICAN HOUSE, Harley H. Graves prop., opp de- 
pot — See p 111 
Central House, Chester A. Hinds prop., S Main c Water 
Hotel Brooklyn, Mrs. Adelaide H. Aldrich prop., 54 S 

Main n E River 
Mansion House, George S. Smith prop., 19 W Main 
Overview The, L. E. McLean prop., North Orange 
Putnam House, A. P. Putnam prop., W Main 
West Orange House, Frank Z. Blair prop., West Orange 

HOUSE FINISH. 
Lawrence George H., E River n S Main 
MUNRO S. D. CO. THE, off Mill— See front col'd p IV 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 
Lamb Eugene W., Lamb's blk S Main 






ORANGE BUSINESS 1)1 R ECTORY. : \ 

ICE CREAM MFRS. 
Felton Frank P., Water n S Main 
PHILLIPS EZRA A., 15 N Main— See p 108 

ICE DEALERS. 

Breard Frank S. ; Cheney 
Powers Flenry A., 5 Bacon 
Woods & Baker, 14 Highland 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 
Kimball James D., Mann's blk S Main 
Newton Israel, 5 Summer 
Stimson A. C. E., Mann's blk S Main 

IRON FOUNDERS. 
Chase Tnrbine Mfg. Co., off S Main 

RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., ft Mill— See front 
col'd p 1L 

KEG MFRS. 
NATIONAL KEG AND BOX CO., E Main n railroad 
track — See front col'd p II 

LAUNDRIES. 
Lee 0. S., Mann's blk E Main 
Orange Steam Laundry and Carpet Cleaning Works, Fred 

Y. Hubbard prop., opp depot 
Sing Wing, S Main n railroad 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 
Dewing John A., 62 S Main 

LIBRARY. 
Orange Public Library, Mrs. W. M. Pomeroy librarian, 
Town Hall 

LIME AND CEMENT. 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See 

p 107 
POTTER ARTHUR D., off Mill n Railroad— See p 109 

LIQUOR DEALERS (WHOLESALE). 
GRAVES HARLEY H., opp depot— See p 111 

LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. 
Goodman David L., 17 N Main 

GOODNOW OSELO, E River opp Hayden— See p 111 
Hunt Alfred S., r Mansion House, 19 W Main 
Underwood Frank A., W Main n Ball 

LUMBER DEALERS. 
Cobb George L., 44 W River 
Coolidge Henry, Holtshire road 
Dennis Lot, Putnam c Chase 
Fay & Shumway, Highland n Shumwav 
Felton Albert F., 71 E Main 
FITTS FRANK, Water n depot— See p 110 



7S ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Gale Conrad H., Tully 

Goddard & Williams, west road to North Orange 

Gray Nelson, 47 Pleasant 

Lawrence George H., E River n S Main 

MUNRO S. D. CO. THE, off Mill— See front col'd p IV 

Tyrrell Noaman, Holtshire road 

"Whitney & Hapgood, N Main n Clark av 

Wright Orin W., 34 Pleasant 

MACHINISTS AND MACHINERY MFRS. 
Chase Tnrbine Mfg. Co., off S Main 
Leavitt Machine Co. The (valve reseating machines), E 

River 
RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., ft Mill— See front 

col'd p II 

MASON BUILDERS. 
BLODGETT AMOS (stone), 28 W River— See p 110 
Hamilton Trafton, Hamilton av 
Hoyt & Batchelder, 60 S Main 
Richards Charles E., Athol road n Central Park 
Williams Amos L. (stone), 25 Bacon 

MEAT MARKETS. 

Anderson & Dahley, Bingham's blk S Main 
LAUGHTON HERBERT W., W Main c N Main— See 

cover 
Lind Gustave, W River n Pleasant 
Thayer Henry F. (peddler), Chestnnt Hill road 
Wheeler Herbert IL, 4 Ball 
Wilkinson Horace L., Railroad n S Main 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Bannon Charles W., Goddard's blk 3 N Main 
Cloutier Leopold R., 31 S Main 

MILK DEALERS. 
Cone Jesse E., W River bey Briggs 
Cummings Benjamin, North Orange 
LTaynes Erastus J., West Orange 
Haynes Roswell M., West Orange 
Hunt Frank J., South road 
Johnson Frank E., South road 
Johnson Warren L. Jr., South road 
Martin. Walter J., N Main ab Reynolds av 
Newhall Arthur W., N Main 
.Pratt Albert A., South road 
Rowe George T., North Orange 

MILL ENGINEERING. 
RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., foot Mill— See front 
coFd p II 

MILL SUPPLIES. 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See p 
107 



ORANGE BUSINESS D1R ECTOR Y. J j I 

MILLINERS AND MILLINERY. 

Gaines Frank 0. Mrs., N Main n W Main 

Gerry Emma S. Mrs., Ball n Kelton 

Henrich A. L. Mrs., Abraham's Temple N Main 

Lowe L. H. & Co., 9 N Main 

Thayer L. 0. Mrs., 21 E Main 

Vorce Ella E. Miss, Bingham's blk S Main 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 
Blodgett Maria L. C. Miss, North Orange 
Eord Julius W. Mrs. (vocal), Howe c Maple 
Fuller Addie Miss, West Orange 
Goddard Lucia M. Miss, Lincoln av c Mechanic 
Hosmer Carrie D. Miss, 137 W Main 
Oliver George S., North Orange 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. . 
Miller Edward B., 1 N Main 

NEWSPAPERS. 
ORANGE ENTERPRISE, Dexter L. Crandall editor and 

prop., Mann's blk S Main — See p 106 
ORANGE JOURNAL, William M. Pomeroy prop, and 

publisher, opp depot — See p 105 

NEWS DEALER. 
Morrill William B., Goddard's blk E Main c N Main ■ 

NURSES. 

Connor Charles E., Congress n Chase 

Drurv Angie Miss, 38 E^Main 

Francis May E. Mrs., 23 High 

Nye Francis Mrs., 9 Grove 

Reed Mary Miss, 37 N Main 

Thayer Sarah J. Mrs., Old Athol road n town line 

OPTICIANS. 
Miller Edward B., 1 N Main 
Pierce Lesley M., Mann's Blk S Main 

ORCHESTRAS. 

Bryant's Orchestra, John S. Bryant manager, Lamb's blk 

W Main 
STRATTON'S OPERATIC ORCHESTRA, Jesse R. 

Stratton manager and prompter, office Congress c 

Pleasant— See p 107 

PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. 
Gaines F. O., 21 N Main 
Prentiss Bros., Prentiss n E Main 
Robbins Charles F., 54 N Main 
Taylor F. L., 4 Maynard 
Yerney William S., E Howe 
Willard William C, Spear's blk E River 



80 ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

PAINTERS (SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL). 

French Waldo E., 61 E Main 
Hastings Minot, Spear's blk E River 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 
Fenton George C, Mann's blk E Main 
Gaines F. 0., 21 N Main 

ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See 
p 107 

PAPER HANGINGS. 
Gaines F. 0., 21 N Main 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Carter George IT., Bingham's blk S Main n E River 
Thompson George H., W Main opp Mansion House 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 
Goddard Josiah H., 19 Prospect 
Hayward Levi T., Post Office blk N Main 
Leach Albert C, Mann's blk S Main 
Marsh Charles D., 26 W Main 
Monroe John E., Whipple's blk W Main c N Main 
Smith Hiram F. M., 28 E Main 
Ten Broeck Stanton J., Mann's blk E Main 
Wright Walter M., 37 W Main 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 
Emery Amos E., W Main c N Main 
Merriam Orra A. Miss, 40 W River 
Oliver Solon J. (organs), North Orange 

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 
Chase Fred H. (frames), Dexter n N Main 

PLANING MILLS. 

Lawrence George H., E River n S Main 

MUNRO S. D. CO. THE, off Mill— See front col'd p IV 

PLUMBERS. 

Bancroft George L., Depot c E Main 
Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 

TRAIN ELYIN W., Railroad n Water— See front col'd 
pIY 

PRINTERS. 

ORANGE ENTERPRISE, Dexter L. Crandall prop., 
Mann's blk S Main— See p 106 

ORANGE JOURNAL, William M. Pomeroy, opp depot- 
See p 105 

Whitman John S., 8 Fountain n Putnam 

PUMP DEALER. 
TRAIN ELVIN W., Railroad n Water— See front col'd 
pIY 



ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 81 

READING ROOM. 

Orange Public Welfare Reading Room, Masonic blk S 

Main n railroad 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 
Bryant John S., Lamb's blk W Main 
Stimson Ansel C. E., Mann's blk S Main 
Wheeler Land Co., Wheeler & Whitney props., office The 

New Home S. M. Co. S Main 

RESTAURANTS. 
Fenner Henry W. (lunch wagon), S Main n railroad 
Stowell Elvin D., 20 E Main 

ROOFER. 
Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 

SALOONS. 

Faneuf Alfonso, Railroad n Water 

GRAVES HARLEY H., opp depot— See p 111 

Hinds Chester A., S Main c Water 

Taylor Sidney S., basement Opera House blk W Main 

SATINET MFRS. 
Handy Edward S., Eagleville 
Kauffman William H., Fryville 

SAW MILL MFRS. 

Chase Turbine Mfg. Co., off S Main 

SAW MILLS. 

Felton Albert F., West Orange 

Gale Conrad H., Tully 

Goddard & Williams, west road to North Orange 

Whitney & Hapgood (portable), N Main n Clark av 

SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING. 
MUNRO S. D. CO. THE, off Mill— See front col'd p IV 

SEWING MACHINE MFRS. 
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO., S Main— See 
front coFd p IV 

SHAFTING, HANGERS AND PULLEYS. 
RODNEY" HUNT MACHINE CO., foot Mill— See front 
col'd p II 

SHIRT MFRS. 
Orange Shirt Co., E River n S Main 

SHOE MFRS. 
(See also Boot Mfrs). 
Reynolds Jay B. Shoe Co., W Main n Shelter 

SOAP MFR. 

Sylvester Amasa, E Main n railroad bridge 
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82 ORANGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

SPORTING GOODS. 
ORANGE HARDWARE CO., Mann's blk S Main— See p 
107 

STAGE LINES. 
Cooleyville Stage Line, Ered Aldrich prop., leaves Orange 

P. 0. dairy except Sundays, 12.30 p. m. 
Warwick Stage Line, Samuel Hastings prop., leaves Orange 
P. 0. daily except Sundays, 12.30 p. m. 

STEAM AND GAS FITTERS. 

Bancroft George L., Depot c E Main 

Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 

TRAIN ELVIN W., Railroad n Water— See front col'd 
pIV 

STEAMSHIP TICKET AGENT. 

King Warren M., N Main 

STOCK BROKER. 

Conant Arthur F. P., Mann's blk S Main 
STOCK COMPANIES. 

Chase Turbine Mfg. Co.— Off S Main. Incorporated 1873. 
Capital, $37,000. President, Dennison Chase; Secre- 
tary, Mel burn E. Giffen; Treasurer, Levi Kilburn 

Leavitt Machine Co. The — E River. Incorporated 1890. 
Capital, $10,000. President, Joseph B. Farley; Treas- 
urer, Fred A. Dexter 

MUNRO S. D. CO. THE— Off Mill. Incorporated Decem- 
ber, 1896. Capital, $10,000. President, S. D. Munro; 
Secretary, C. W. Brown; Treasurer, W. C. Johnson, 
Fitchburg — See front col'd p IV 

NATIONAL KEG AND BOX CO.— E Main n Wheeler 
av. Incorporated 1891. Capital, $125,000. Presi- 
dent, Isaac J. Boothe, Derby, Conn.; Treasurer, H. 
Holton Wood, Birmingham, Conn.; Secretary, J. W. 
Porter, Derby, Conn.; Superintendent, W. S. Mayo- 
See front col'd p II 

NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO. THE— S Main. 
Incorporated 1869. Capital, $500,000. President, A. 
Schenck, New York; Secretary and Treasurer, John 
W. Wheeler; Superintendent, William L. Grout — See 
front col'd p IV 

North Orange Co-operative Creamery Association — Incor- 
porated 1895. ^ Capital, $2,500. President, Hoyt W. 
Wakefield; Secretary, Rollin O. White; Treasurer, 
Levi P. Chenev; Manager, Burt A. Hawley 

Orange Electric Light Co.— (12) Lamb's blk S Main. In- 
corporated 1888. Capital, $45,000. President, Joseph 
Ham, of Boston; Secretary and Treasurer, A. W. Hub- 
bard; Superintendent, Dwight A. Armstrong 

Orange Furniture Co. — Off S Main. Incorporated 1882. 
Capital, $5,000. President, James S. Dewing; Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, Frederick E. Lord 



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33 



ORANGE HAEDWAEE CO.— Mann's bli s \| ;1111 in- 
corporated May 13, 1895. Capital, $12,000. Presi- 
dent, Myron B. Damon; Treasurer, Robert I). Gould 

—See p 107 

Orange Shirt Co.— E River n S Main. President !• T 
Piatt, of Troy, N. Y.; Secretary and Treasurer, 1'. M 
Becker, of Troy, N. Y. 

Reynolds Jay B. Shoe Co.— W Main n Shelter. Incorpo- 
rated May 3, 1897. Capital, $100,000. President, 
Charles M. Bradford; Secretary, P. C. Mower: Treas- 
urer, J. B. Reynolds 

RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO.— Eoot Mill. Incor- 
porated 1873. Capital, $75,000. President, Elbridge 
N. Harris; Treasurer and Superintendent, Nelson E. 
Harris; Secretary, William O. Harris— See front coPd 
pll 

WHITMAN GROCERY CO.— Depot n railroad. Incor- 
porated 1884, Capital, $50,000. President, F. L. 
Grout; Secretary and Treasurer, Frank S. Ewing— See 
front coFd p III 

STORAGE WAREHOUSE. 
FITTS FRANK, Water n depot— See p 110 

STOVES, FURNACES AND TINWARE DEALERS. 
Oummings Joseph A., Fountain c Congress 
Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 
Laux N. & Son, Railroad c Water 
Washburn Edward E., 3 Depot 

STREET SPRINKLER. 

Connor William H., estate of, opp depot 
STUMP PULLING. 
BLODGETT AMOS, 28 W River— See p 110 

TAILORS. 
Ferry Antonio, 28 W Main 
Smith Alfred, Water n depot 

TAPIOCA MFRS. 
Grout & Grout, E Main opp Grove 

WHITMAN GROCERY CO. (minute), Depot n railroad 
— See front coPd p III 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co., Edwin L. Derby manager, 
Masonic blk S Main 

Western Union Telegraph Co., Charles M. Bardwell man- 
ager, passenger depot 

TELEPHONE COMPANY. 
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 
CO., (4) Masonic blk S Main— See p 120 Athol Direc- 
tory 

THEATRE. 
Opera House, 10 W Main 



84 ORANGE BUSINESS D1KECTOBY. 

TIN AND SHEET IKON WORKERS. 
Hill George L., Mann's blk E Main 
Washburn Edward E., 3 Depot n E Main 

TRUNKS AND BAGS. 
Boyce A. A., opp N. H. S. M. Co. S Main 
Erhard Edward H., Lamb's bik S Main 
ORANGE CLOTHING CO., Cutting & Dexter props., £ 
Main c E Main — See p 108 

TURBINE WHEELS. 

(See Water Wheels). 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Derby J. C, Masonic blk S Main 
Ramsey L. P. & Son, 11 Mechanic 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Lamb Eugene W., Lamb's blk S Main 
Parker Aldis A., Spring n Pleasant 

VALVE RESEATING MACHINE MFRS. 
Leavitt Machine Co. The, E River 

VARIETY STORE. 
Putnam Charles II., basement Putnam House W Main 

VETERINARY SURGEON. 
Paquin Leon A., 17 N Main 

WATCHMAKERS AND REPAIRERS. 
Howell Silas J., 13 S Main 
Miller Edward B., 1 N Main 
Pierce Lesley M., Mann's blk S Man 

WATER WHEELS. 
Chase Turbine Mfg. Co., oft' S Main 

RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., foot Mill— See front 
col'd p II 

WOOD DEALERS. 
BARNES FRANK E., S Main c Railroad— See p 110 
Breard Frank S., Cheney 
Connor William H., estate of, opp depot 
DAVIS ARTHUR T., 57 W River— See p 108 
FITTS FRANK, Water n Depot— See p 110 
Lawrence George H., E River n S Main 

WOOD TURNERS. 
Kelton James E., S Main c Railroad 
MUNRO S. D. CO. THE, off Mill— See front col'd p IV 

WOOLEN MACHINERY MFRS. 
RODNEY HUNT MACHINE CO., foot Mill— See from 
col'd p II 

WOOLEN MFR. 

Kauffman William H., Fryville 



ORANGE TOWN OFFICERS. 



Clerk and Treasurer, T. Wesley Bridge. 

Selectmen, Edward A. Goddard, Edward C. Fowler, -Mer- 
rill D. Herrick. 

Assessors, Milton N. Jillson, Augustus J. Fisher. 

Trustees of Public Library,' Warren M. King, George 1\ 
Sherwin, Leonard A. Freeman, Augustus J. Fisher, 
Dexter L. Cfanda.ll, Alonzo W. Martin. 

Auditors, Burton C. Bangs, Edward J. Wood. 

Tax Collector, Ansel C. E. Stimson. 

Board of Health, John E. Monroe, Walter M. Wright, 
Stanton J. Ten Broeck. 

Constables, Edwin L. Harden, Arthur N. Hunt, Wm. B. 
Stoddard, Alonzo L. Hoyt, Hollis H. Goss, Fred W. 
Wallace, Martin L. Gerhard, Frank E. Barnes. 

Water Commissioners, Edward C. Fowler, Chairman; Ed- 
ward A. Goddard, Hollis H. Goss. 

Cemetery Commissioners, Luther P. Ramsey, Chairman; 
George M. Williams, John R. Derby. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Officers, Edward C. Fow- 
ler, Edward A. Goddard. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Engineers — Chief, Chester A. Hinds; First As- 
sistant, Hollis H. Goss; Third Assistant, Charles A. 
Peckham. 

Steamer No. 1 — Foreman, 0. D. Hapgood; Clerk and 
Treasurer, F. A. Marihew. 

Steamer No. 2 — F'oreman, J. A. Cummings; Clerk and 
Treasurer, C. E. Lane. 

Tally Engine Co. No. 2 (Tully)— Engineer, C. A. Peck- 
ham; Foreman, M. L. Gerhard; Clerk and Treasurer, 
B. F. Knowland. 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Foreman, R, H. Casey; Assistant Fore- 
man, C. S. Walker; Clerk and Treasurer, R, C. Ward. 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Foreman, George E. Starkey; Assistant 
Foreman, H. D. Anderson; Clerk and Treasurer, E. 
W. Whittemore. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

School Committee — Chairman, Warren M. King, term ex- 
pires 1899; Conrad H. Gale, term expires 1898; Mrs. 
Marion E. Nason, term expires 1898; Mrs. Anna M. 
Gale, term expires 1900; G. W. Judson, term expires 
1899; E. M. Buell, Secretary, term expires 1900. Dis- 
trict Superintendent, Miss Lizzie A. Mason, office Cen- 
tral School Building. 



86 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Teachers. 

High School — Principal, E. P. Simmons; Assistants, Miss 
Florence A. Wing, Miss Ida May Brooks, Miss Bertha 
A. Morgan, Miss Nettie Hough. 

Cheney Street — Principal of Building, Mrs. P. E. Parker; 
(Grade 5), Miss Nelly Shepard; (Grades 3 and 4), Miss 
McDonough; (Grades 1 and 2), Miss Bertha E. Claff- 
lin. 

Central School — Principal of Building, (Grade 9), (Gram- 
mar), Mrs. M. E. Taylor; (Grade 7), Miss Katharine 
M. Soule; (Grade 8), Miss Helen B. Lawrence; (Grade 
6), Miss C. S. Tapley; (Grade 5), Miss Mildred Peck; 
(Grades 3 and 4), Miss M. E. Cunningham; (Grades 2 
and 3), Miss A. P. Hatch; (Grades 1 and 2), Miss 
Alice C. Gray. 

Music — Arthur J. Abbott. 

Drawing — Mr. Edwards. 

Myrtle Street— (Grades 3 and 4), Mrs. E. L. Williams; 
(Grades 1 and 2), Miss Rose S. Turner. 

Whitney Street— (Grades 3 and 4), Miss Edith Gray; 
(Grades 1 and 2), Miss Fannie A. Ball. 

Ungraded. 
Tully— Eunice M. Clark. 
North Orange — Miss W. M. Williams. 
Jones — Miss Alice J. Peasley. 
Goddard & Williams — Francis Wilkinson. 
West Orange — Miss Lilla L. Walkup. 
Truant Officers— E. L. Marden, H. P. Paul. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
In Town House. Opened Dec. 14, 1859. 
Librarian, Mrs. W. M. Pomeroy; Assistants, Miss Grace H. 
Dawley, Miss Myrtle Underwood; Library Trustees, 
Warren M. King, G. P. Sherwin, Alonzo W. Martin, 
Rev. L. A. Freeman, Augustus J. Fisher, Dexter L. 
Crandall. Library open every Saturday from 2 to 8 
p. m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.30 to 7.30 
p. m. . 

CHURCHES. 

First Baptist Church— Organized June 15, 1870. East 
Main street. Pastor, Rev. Leonard A. Freeman; 
Clerk, Israel Newton; Treasurer, Amos H. Robbins; 
Organist, Mrs. Frank Cheney; Superintendent Sun- 
day School, George E. Dexter; Sexton, Charles Orcutt. 

Wheeler Baptist Chapel— East Main near Old Athol road. 
Pastor, Rev. L. A. Freeman; Superintendent, F. E. 
Cook; Services, Sundays 4 o'clock p. m. 

Central Evangelical Congregational Church — South Main. 
Pastor, Rev. George W. Jndson; Deacons, C. E. Mack, 



ORANGE DIRECT* >RY. 81 

L. M. Clark, W. A. Ford, H. P. Lamb; Clerk and 
Treasurer, F. D. Kellogg; Organist, Dr. E. A. Thomas, 
Parish Clerk, George W. Fry; Treasurer, T. B. Bough; 

Superintendent Sunday School, \\ . K. l-'ivneli; Sex- 
ton, H. P. Lamb. 

Congregational Church — North Orange. Pas! or, Rev. 
George W. Judson; Deacons, Rev. John H. Garman, 
Henry N. Fry, (clerk); Treasurer, Miss M. L. C. Blod- 
gett; Superintendent Sunday School, S. J. Oliver; 
Chorister and Organist, Miss M. L. C. Blodgett. 

Methodist Episcopal Church — Organized 1875. South 
Main street. Pastor, Rev. Herbert G. Buckingham; 
Treasurer, James Freeman; Trustees, II. S. Ward, S. 
L. Underwood, E. H. Atwood, Ernest Ash, Erastus 
Ash, A. W. Chase, David Smith, J. Marble, T. W. 
Chase; Treasurer, David Smith; Superintendent Sun- 
day School, William B. Curtis. 

Swedish Evangelical Church — Pleasant corner Putnam 
street. Pastor, Rev. J. M. Henrikson; Deacons, Filial 
Eliasson, John Larson, Oscar Anderson; Clerk, Gustaf 
Blomquist; Treasurer, Clans Gustaf son; Sunday 
School Superintendent, Carl Engvall; Organist, Miss 
Mary Kurtz. 

Swedish Lutheran Evangelical Church — Cheney near Put- 
nam street. Pastor, Rev. John G. Gustaf son; Deacons, 
N. P. Soderman, Oscar N". Peterson, Alfred Johnson; 
Clerk, Solomon F. Johnson; Sunday School Superin- 
tendent, Andrew NT. Erickson. 

First Universalist Church — Organized 1853. North Main 
street. Pastor, Rev. Julian S: Cutler; Clerk, W. H. 
Foster; Treasurer, F. A. Dexter; Organist, William 
James Short; Superintendent of Sunday School, T. 
Wesley Bridge; Sexton, D. H. Robinson. 

North Orange Universalist Church — North Orange. Pas- 
torate vacant. Deacons, Josiah A. French, Samuel A, 
Stearns; Treasurer, Charles A. Peckham; Clerk, Sam- 
uel A. Stearns; Organist, Miss Luella E. Peckham. 

Ronmn Catholic Church— Pastor, Rev. E. F. Martin; Sex- 
ton, Benjamin O'Connell. Services held at Town 
Hall at 9 a. m. 

SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 

American Order Fraternal Helpers, Friendship Lodge, No. 

27 — Meets second and fourth Wednesday evenings of 

each in Orange Fraternal Hall. President, E. F. 

Geckler; Secretary, Elmer A. Rand; Treasurer, 

Charles H. French; Collector, Charles L. Shaw. 
A. 0. U. W., Wantasiquet Lodge, No. 71.— Meets second 

and fourth Tuesdavs of each month in A. 0. U. W. 

Hall. Master Workman, T. F. Meehan; Recorder, H. 

W. Kidder; Receiver, C, II. Morgan; Financier. J. F. 

Birch . 



88 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Fireman's Relief Association — Meets at Engine House, 
Water street. President, G. E. Starkey; Secretary, C. 
E. Lane; Treasurer, E. A. Marihew. 

Golden Cross, Emanuel Commandery, No. 355 — Meets first 
and third Monday evenings in each month in Work- 
man's Hall, South Main street. N. C, Mrs. George 
Sprague; E. K. of R., Andrew Bradbury; K. of R., 
Emil C. Wheeler; W. Treasurer, E. H. Atwood. 

King's Daughters, Loyal Chapter—Meets at parlors of Bap- 
tist Church every Sunday afternoon. President, Miss 
Mary F. Robbins; Secretary, Miss Harriet R. Newton; 
Treasurer, Miss Mary L. Howe. 

Knights of Honor, Franklin Lodge, No. 516 — Meets first 
and third Fridays of each month at Orange Fraternal 
Hall, School street. Dictator, M. H. Phinriey; Re- 
porter, George E. Gibbs; F. Reporter, F. W. Fish; 
Treasurer, W. B. Andrews. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor, Millers River Lodge, No. 
365 — Meets on the 2d and 4th Thursdays of each 
month at Pythian Hall. P., Abbie M. Thayer; Secre- 
tary, W. D. Thayer; Financial Secretary, W. D. 
Thayer; Treasurer, Josephine S. Durkee. 

Knights of Pythias, Athenian Lodge, No. 51 — Meets every 
AVednesday evening at Pythian Hall, Davis Block. 
C. C, Frank Cook; K. R. and S., A. L. Albee; M. of 
F., E. E. Washburn; M. of E., C. H. Burrill. 

N. E. 0. P., Union Lodge, No. 39 — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays in each month in Orange Fraternal 
Hall, School street. Warden, Janette C. Harrington; 
Secretary, James E. Kelton; Financial Secretary, Mil- 
ton N. Jillson; Treasurer, Gilbert S. Parsons, 

North Orange Co-operative Creamery Association — Incor- 
porated September, 1895. Meets last Saturday of 
each month. President, Hoyt U. Wakefield; Clerk, 
Rollin 0. White; Treasurer, Levi P. Cheney. 

Orange Fraternal Hall Association — Incorporated Aug. 
15, 1895. President, W. D. Thayer; Clerk, D. L. 
Grand all; Treasurer, T. Wesley Bridge. 

Orange Gun Club — Meets first Tuesday of each month. 
Captain, L. A. French; Secretary and Treasurer, W. L. 
Mann; President, L. A. French. 

Patrons of Husbandry, North Orange Grange, No. 86 — 
Meets every Thursday from Sept. 1st to April 1st, and 
every second and fourth Thursdavs from April 1st to 
Sept. 1st in Parish Hall, North Orange. W. M., M. 
L. Gerhard; W. Treasurer, Abram N. Harrington; W. 
Secretary, Mrs. Martha A. Cheney. 

Patrons of ITusbandry, Millers River Grange, No. 176 — 
Meets every Saturday evening in Fraternal Hall, 
School street. Master, L. H. Jerome; Secretary, M. 
E. Gifnn; Treasurer, Austin E. Adams. 



ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

Public Welfare Association Heading Room— South Main 
and Railroad streets. Chairman, Rev. Geo. \Y. Jud- 

son; Secretary and Treasurer, Henry S. A mo. 

Stepping Stone Club— Organized July 1, 1896. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Monday evenings of cadi month m 
Orange Fraternal Hall. Worthy Leader, D. L. Cran- 
dall; Recorder, Miss M. Lena Walker; Receiver, 
George E. Whitney. 

Swedish Mutual Relief Society, Scandia — Meets first 
Wednesday of each month in Orange Fraternal Hall, 
School street. President, Charles Oberg; Recording 
Secretary, Salomon F. Johnson; Financial Secretary 5 , 
Ernest Rylander; Treasurer, Carl L. Pirson. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union — Meets every 
other Friday afternoon in the Baptist Vestry. Presi- 
dent, Mrs. Emma C. Fisher; Secretary, Miss Sarah E. 
Davis; Treasurer, Mrs. Abbie J. Pomeroy. ' 



MASONIC. 



Orange Lodge, F. & A. M. — Chartered September 19, 1859. 
Regular Communications second Monday of each 
month. W. M., Fred N. Johnson; S. W., Herbert J. 
Powers; J. W., David P. Read; Treasurer, Hervey S. 
Dawley; Secretary, George A. Drake; S. D., Edwin D. 
Chase; J. D., Elmer E. Allen; Tyler, Frank A. Mari- 
hew. 

Crescent Royal Arch Chapter — Chartered November 26, 
1884. Regular Convocation second Thursday in each 
month in Masonic Hall. M. E. H. P., George A. 
Drake; E. K., Clarence A. Smith; E. S., George F. 
Smith; Treasurer, Hervev S. Dawlev; Secretary, Geo. 
H. Best; C. of IL, Edwhi L. Derby;' P. S., Arthur N. 
Hunt; R. A. C, Fred K. Johnson; Tyler, Joseph A. 
Merrill. 

Orange Commandery, No. 45, of Knights Templars — Reg- 
ular Conclaves last Friday in each month. Em. Com- 
mander, George A. Drake; Generalissimo, Warren M. 
King; Capt. General, Clarence A. Smith; Prelate, W. 
M. Wright; Senior Warden, George F. Smith; Junior 
Warden, Leland A. L. Gale; Treasurer, H. S. Dawley; 
Recorder, F. S. Ewing; Standard Bearer, Arthur F. 
P. Conant; Sword Bearer, Luman P. Pierce; Sentinel, 
C. W. Barton. 

Order of the Eastern Star, Athena Chapter, No. 25 — Char- 
tered March 15, 1889. Meets in Masonic Hall second 
Wednesday evening in each month. W. M., Julia C. 
Tenney; W. P., Burton C. Bangs; Secretary, Flora E. 
Willey; Treasurer, Susie E. Emery; Sentinel, Joseph 
A. Merrill. 



90 ORANGE DIRECTORY. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Social Lodge, No. 182, I. 0. 0. P.— Instituted October 24, 
1877. Regular meetings every Monday evening in 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Lamb's Block. N . G., H. D. An- 
derson; V. G., H. D. Nims; Secretary, A. H. Powers, 
P. S., W. L. Ranney; Treasurer, M. L. Dexter. 

Fall Hill Encampment, No. 59, I. 0. 0. F. — Instituted 
March 10, 1886. Regular meetings first and third 
Fridays of each month in Odd Fellows 7 Hall, Lamb's 
Block. C. P., A. L. Cooley; II. P., W. S. Moody; S. 
W., W. L. Lathrop; Scribe", E. H. Woodward; Treas- 
urer, M. E. Giffin. 

Canton Orange, No. 52, P. M. — Regular Cantonment 
fourth Thursday of each month in Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Commandant, W. M. Wright; Lieutenant, W. L. Lath- 
rop; Ensign, H. S. Bacon; Clerk, C. M. Johnson; Ac- 
countant, W. H. Dixon. 

Adah Rebekah Lodge, No. 74, I. 0. 0. F. — Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month in Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Lamb's Block. N. G., Louise A. Hamilton; V. 
C, Lucy E. Barnes; Secretary, Althea D. Anderson; 
F. Secretary, Agnes E. Bates; Treasurer, Clara S. 
Giffin. 

G. A. R. 

Gen. Sedgwick Post, No. 17 — Post meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month in Memorial Hall. Com., R. 
W. Rand; S. V. C, Joseph Spencer; J. Y. C, Converse 
Mayo; Adjutant, W. H. Foster; Q. M., Israel Newton. 

Gen. Sedgwick W. R. C, No. 17— Organized June 12th, 
1888. Regular meetings first and third Tuesdays of 
each month in Memorial Hall. President, Mrs. Lena 
Lamb; S. Y. P., Mrs. Lizzie Albee; J. Y. P., Mrs. 
Maria Foster; Secretary, Mrs. Genevieve Yarney; 
Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Shattuck. 

Gen. Sheridan Camp, No. 53, Mass. Div., Sons of Yeterans, 
U. S. A. — Meetings second and fourth Tuesdays. 
Captain, A. A. Brizzee; 1st Lieutenant, F. W. Wal- 
lace; 2d Lieutenant, W. L. Taylor. 

Ladies' Aid Society of Sons of Yeterans, No. 19 — Meets in 
Memorial Hall, Prospect street, first and third Friday 
evenings of each month. President, Mrs. Ella F. Up- 
ham; Treasurer, Mrs. May M. Wikel; Secretary, Miss 
Laura A. Trim. 



MILITARY. 



Orange Light Infantry, Co. E, 2d Regt., M. Y. M.— Drill 
meeting every Thursday night at Town Hall. Cap- 
tain, Philip I. Barber; 1st Lieutenant, Frank P. Hos- 
mer; 2d Lieutenant, Edwin R. Gray; 1st Sergeant, Os- 
car D. Hapgood. 






ORANGE DIRECTORY. 91 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

Orange Board of Trade— (11) Masonic block, S Mam. 
President, John W. Wheeler; Secretary, Fred A. Dex- 
ter; Treasurer, Frank S. Ewing. 



CEMETERIES. 



Central Cemetery — Head of Grove street. 

Holtshire Cemetery — Holtshire road near North Pond. 

West Orange Cemetery — West Orange. 

Jones Cemetery — In "Jones District" between Orange and 

North Orange. 
North Orange Cemetery — North Orange. 
Plains Cemetery — Tully. 



ORANGE POST OFFICE. 

Postmaster, George W. Merrill; Assistant, Converse Mayo; 
Mailing Clerk, Miss Lue Newton. 

Office opens 6.00 a. m.; closes at 8 p. m.; open Sundays 
from 9 to 10 a. m., 3 to 3.30 p. m. 

Mails open: 7.00 a. m., closed mail from Boston and other 
eastern points, (arrives on late train the night before, 
including Sundays); 10.45 a. m., way mail from all 
points east, also from Connecticut, Rhode Island, New 
York and the South and West, also from North Or- 
ange and Tully; 12.30 p. m., way mails from points 
West, North and South; 2.00 p. m., way mail from 
New York city to BardwelFs Ferry via Northampton; 
6.10 p. m., way mail for all points east, also from Con- 
necticut, Rhode Island, New York and the South and 
West; 7.15 p. m., way mail from all points West, North 
and South. 

Mails close: 6.30 a. m., closed mail for Boston and all 
points east of Fitchburg, eastern New Hampshire, 
Maine, Rhode Island, Canada and Provinces; 9.37 a. 
m., way mail for points West, North and South; 11.37 
a. m., way mail for points East and North, also North 
Orange and Tully; 1.20 p. m., closed mail for clerk 
leaving Athol at 3.35 p. m. for Springfield. This mail 
covers all stations on the line from Athol to Spring- 
field, also connects with mail trains in all directions 
at Springfield, including New Y r ork city and vicinity. 
5.20 p. m., way mail for all points West, North and 
South. 6.20 p. m., way mail for all points East, east- 
ern New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecti- 
cut, Canada and Provinces. Mail close, 3.30 p. m., 
Sundays only, all points North, East, South and West. 

Stage Mail. 
From Warwick arrives at 10 a. m., departs at 12.30 p. m.; 
from North Prescott, Shutesbury, Leverett, East Lev- 



92 OEANGE DIEECTOEY. 

erett, Cooleyville, New Salem, Millington and North 
New Salem, arrives at 10.30 a. m., departs at 12.30 
p. m. 

NOETH OEANGE POST OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Alfred P. Eice. Mail leaves at 8.30 a. m.; ar- 
rives at 1.30 p. m. 



TULLY POST OFFICE. 

Postmaster, Frank B. Knowland. Mails leave at 8.45 a. m. 
and arrive at 2 p. m. 



FEANKLIN COUNTY. 

County Commissioners, Franklin L. Waters, Orange; 
Charles Howes, Ashfield; Lyman A. Crafts, Whately. 

Special Commissioners, Amos Stewart, Coleraine; Beriah 
W. Fay, New Salem. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Officers, C. C. Conant, 
Greenfield; E. E. Lyman, Greenfield; F. M. Thomp- 
son, Greenfield; E. C. Fowler, Orange; E. A. Goddard, 
Orange. 

Clerk of Courts, Clifton L. Field, Greenfield. 

Eegister of Deeds, Edward Stratton, Greenfield. 

County Treasurer, Eugene A. Newcomb, Greenfield. 

District Attorney, J. C. Hammond, Northampton. 

Sheriff, Isaac Chenery, Montague. 

Deputy Sheriffs, Chauncey Bryant, Greenfield; C. S. Eich- 
ardson, Greenfield; W. M. Smead, Greenfield; H. S. 
Swan, Shelburne Falls; James B. Bridges, South 
Deerfield; Emmett J. Haskins, Charlemont; Edward 
C. Fowler, Orange; Edson J. Pratt, Miller's Falls; G. 
H. Johnson, Conway; William H. Ward, Montague. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency, Chester C. Conant, 
Greenfield. 

Eegister of Probate and Insolvency, Francis M. Thomp- 
son, Greenfield. 

Jailor and Master of House of Correction, Charles S. 
Eichardson, Greenfield. 

Master in Chancery, Samuel O. Lamb, Greenfield. 

District Court of Franklin, Edward E. Lyman, Greenfield, 
Justice; William S. Dana, Turner Falls; Elisha S. 
Hall, Orange; Special Justices; William S. Allen, 
Greenfield, Clerk. 

Notaries Public, Henry S. Ames, Warren M. King, Ed- 
ward C. Fowler, Elisha S. Hall. 

Justices of the Peace, George W. Andrews, George F. 
Bacon, Milton N. Jellson, Samuel S. Dexter, Sumner 
W. Field, Edward C. Fowler, Elisha S. Hall, Lewis W. 
Holden, Warren M. King, Solon J. Oliver, Eufus T. 
Shumway, T. Wesley Bridge, James D. Kimball. 



CENSUS TABLES. 



POPULATIOI OF CONNECTICUT. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 1890. 



HARTFORD. 



Avon . 

Berlin 

Bloomfleld 

Bristol. 

Bur lington.. 

Canton 

Bast Granby...... 

East Hartford 

East "Windsor... 

Enfield..... ........ ......... 

Farmington ....... ............... 

Glastonbury...... 

Granby 

Hartford........... „ 

Hartland.. 

Manchester......... 

Marlborough...... 

New Britain.... 

Newington 

Plain ville........ 

Rocky Hill... 

Soutliington. 

South "Windsor 

Suffield 

Simsbury 

West Hartford........ 

Wethersfield..... 

"Windsor..... 

Windsor Locks 

* NEW HAVEN. 

Ansonia 

Beacon Falls 

Bethany 

Branford..... 

Cheshire 

Derby, includ'g Birmingham 

East Haven 

Guilford.......... 

Hamden 

Madison 

Meriden 

Middlebury........ , 

Milford , 

Naugatuck , 

New Haven 

North Branford , 

North Haven , 

Orange 

Oxford 

Prospect 

Seymour... 

Southbury....... 

Wallingford , 

Waterbury... 

Wolcott 

Woodbridge.... 

v MIDDLESEX. 

Chatham 

Chester 

Clinton 

Cromwell.......... 

Durham 

East Haddam. 



Haddam. •••••••••• 

Killingworth 

Middlefleld... , 

Middletown...... 

Old Saybrook......... 

Portland , 

Saybrook 

Westbrook ............. 

TOLLAND. 

Andover , 

Bolton .., 

Columbia , 

Coventry. 

Ellington 

Hebron 

Mansfield.... 

Somers 



Tolland...... 

Union 

Ve rnon 

Willington. 



147,180 
1,182 
2,600 
1,308 
7,382 
1,302 
2,500 

661 
4,455 
2,890 
7,199 
3,179 
3,457 
1,251 
53,230 

565 
8,222 

582 
19,007 

953 
1,993 
1,069 
5,501 
1,736 
3,169 
1,874 
1,930 
2,271 
2,954 
2,758 
209,058 
10,342 

505 

550 
4,460 
1,929 
5,969 

955 

2,780 

3,882 

1,429 

25,423 

566 

3,811 

6,218 

86,045 

825 
1,862 
4,537 

902 

3,300 

1,089 

6,584 

33,202 

522 

926 
39,524 
1,949 
1,301 
1,384 
1,987 

856 
2,599 
2,035 
2,095 

582 
1,002 
15,205 
1,484 
4,687 
1,484 

874 
25,081 

401 

452 

740 
1,875 
1,539 
1,039 
1,911 
1,407 
4,535 
1,037 

431 
8,808 

906 



125,377 
1,058 
2,385 
1,346 
5,347 
1,224 
2,299 

754 
3,500 
3,019 
6,754 
3,014 
3,580 
1,340 
42,553 

643 
6,462 

391 
13,978 

934 
1,930 
1,109 
5,411 
1,902 
3,225 
1,830 
1,828 
2,173 
3,056 
2,332 
156,528 



'>i 379 
637 

3,047 
2,284 



3,067 

2,782 

3,408 

1,669 

18,340 

687 

3,347 

4,272 

62,882 

1,025 

1,763 

3,341 

1,120 

492 

2,313 

1,740 

4,686 

20,269 

493 

829 

35,587 

1,967 

1,177 

1,402 

1,640 

990 

3,032 

1,855 

2,419 

748 

928 

11,731 

1,302 

4,156 

1,362 

878 

24,112 

428 

512 

757 

2,043 

1,569 

1,243 

2,154 

1,242 

4,455 

1,169 

539 

6,915 

1,086 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



_, NEW LONDON. 

Bozrah 

Colchester 

East Lyme 

Franklin 

Griswold 

Groton 

Lebanon 

Ledyard 

Lisbon 

Lyme 

Montvillo 

New London 

North Stonington 

Norwich 

Old Lyme 

Preston........ „ 

Salem.. 

Sprague .7.7.*.' 

Stonington 

Voluntown..... 

Waterford , 

FAIRFIELD. 

Bethel..., 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Danbury 

Darien 



Fairfield 

Greenwich 

Huntington.... 

Monroe.... 

New Canaan... 
New Fairfield. 

Newtown , 

Norwalk 



Ridgefield., , 

Sherman 

Stamford..... 

Stratford... 

Trumbull 

Weston 

Westport..... 

Wilton 

„ , LITCHFIELD. 

Barkhamsted 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Canaan 

Colebrook 

Cornwall........... , 

Goshen 

Harwinton 

Kent 

Litchfield 

Morris 

New Hartford 

New Milford....... 

Norfolk 

North Canaan 

Plymouth 

Roxbury ..... 

Salisbury 

Sharon. 

Thomaston 

Torrington 

Warren 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winchester * 

Woodbury.. 

WINDHAM. 

Ashford , 

Brooklyn , 

Canterbury , 

Chaplin 

stford 

Hampton 

Killingly 

Plainfield. 

Pomfret , 

Putnam 

Scotland.... 

Sterling 

Thompson 

Windham 

Woodstock 



1S80. 



76,634 
1.005 
2988 
2,048 

585 
3.113 
6,539 
1,670 
1,183 

548 

977 
2.344 
13,757 
1463 
23,048 
1,319 
2556 

481 

1,106 

7,184 

1,060 

2,661 

150,081 

3,401 

46366 

„ 989 

19,473 

2,276 

1,001 

3,868 

10.131 

4,006 

994 
2,701 

670 

.3,539 

17,747 

1,546 

2,236 

668 

15,700 

2,608 

1,453 

772 

3,715 

,1,722 

63,542 

1,130 

543 

617 

970 
1,098 
1,283 

972 

943 
1,383 
3,304 

584 
3,180 
3,917 
1,546 
1,683 
2,147 

936 
3,420 
2,149 
3,278 
6,048 
, 477 
1,633 
2,323 
6,183 
1,815 
45,158 

773 
2,628 

947 

642 

561 

« 632 
7,027 
4,582 
1,471| 
6,512 
606 
1,051 
5.580 
10.032 
2,309 



73.13T 
1,168 

2,074 
1,731 

686 
2,745 
5,127 
\JEAl 
1,373 

630 

1,025 

2,608 

10 629 

1.70Q 

21,141 

1,387 

2.519 

574 

3,207 

7.353 

, 1.186 

2,701 

112,044 

2,726 

20.148 

1,152 

11,669 

1,948 

1,146 

3.748 

7,892 

2,409 

1,167 

2,678 

791 

4.013 

13,056 

1.540 

2,028 

„ 828 

11,298 

4251 

1,323 

018 

3,477 

,1.864 

52,920 

1,208 

655 

708 
1,157 
1,148 
1,583 
1.093 
1,016 
1,623 
3410 

627 
3302 
3007 
1,418 
1,537 
2,35Q 

05O 
3,715 
2,580 
3225 
4.214 

639 
1.589 
1,897 
5142 
2.143 
43.857 
1,041 
2,308 
1,272 

627 

855 

827 
6,021 
4,021 
1,470 
5,827 

59C 

957 
5.051 
8.265 
2639 





SUMMARY BY COUNTIES. 




The State and Counties. 


1890. 1 1880. 


The State and Counties. 


1S90. | 1880. 


• THE STATE. 
Hartford 


746,258 622,683 

147,180'125,377 

39 524 35,587 

25,081 24,112 

45,158' 43,857 


THE STATE-Con. 


1 i 
150,081 112.044 




Litchfield 


63,542 52.920 


Tolland .'."... 

Windham 


New Haven 

New London - 


209.058 156528 
76.634 73.137 



POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS, 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



BARNSTABLE. 



Barnstable, 
Bourne, l,.. 
Brewster, . . 
Chatham, . . 
Dennis, 



Falmouth, 3,... 

Harwich, 

Mash pee, 3, .... 

Orleans, 

Provincetown, 
Sandwich, 1,... 

Truro, 

Wellfleet, 2,.... 
Yarmouth, 



BEEKSHIEE. 



Adams, 

Alford 

Becket 

Cheshire 

Clarksburg, 

Dalton, 

Egremont, 

Elorida, 

Great Barrington, 

Hancock 

Hinsdale, 

Lanesborough, .... 

Xiee 

Lenox 



Monterey, 

Mount "Washington, 

New Ashf ord, 

New Marlborough,. 

North Adams, 

Otis, 

Peru, 

Pittsfleld, A, 



Wardl 

Ward 2 

"Ward 3 

"Ward* 

"Ward5 

Ward6 

"Ward7 

Richmond, 

Sandisfleld, 

Savoy, 

Sheffield 

Stockbridge 

Tyringham 

"Washington 

"West Stockbridge, 

Williamstown, 

Windsor, 



BRISTOL. 



State 
Census 
1895 



27,654 

4,055 
1,580 

901 
1,809 
2,545 

476 
2,655 
2,532 

330 
1,198 
4,555 
1,580 

815 

968 
1,655 



U. S. 
Census 
1890 



29,172 

4,023 
1,442 
1,003 
1,954 
2,899 

602 
2,567 
2,734 

298 
1,219 
4,642 
1,819 

919 
1,291 
1,760 



86,292 81,108 



7,837 

280 

8881 

1,176 

1,009 

3,210 

836! 

425 

4,794 

511 

1,650 

848 

4,066 

2,872 

464 

136 

116 

1,288 

19,135 

518 

305 

20,461 

2,836 

3,526 

2,625 

2,780 

2,687 

3,474 

2,533 

701 

802 

504 

1,897 

2,077 

363 

423 

1,257 

4,887 

556 



9,213 

297 

946 

1,308 

884 

2,885 

845 

436 

4,612 

506 

1,739 

1,018 

3,785 

2,889 

495 

148 

125 

1,305 

16,074 

583 

305 

17,281 

2,502 

2,477 

2,549 

2,478 

2,151 

2,800 

3,324 

796 

807 

569 

1,954 

2,132 

412 

434 

1,492 

4.221 

612 



219,019 186,465 



Acushnet 1,115 

Attleborough, 5, 8,288 

Berkley, 955 

Dartmouth, 6, 3, 107 

Dighton, 1,797 

Easton, 4,452 

Eairhaven, 3,338 

Fall River, 89,203 

Freetown, 1,405 

Mansfield, 3,722 

New Bedford, C, 55,251 

North Attleboro 6,576 

Norton, 1,614 

Raynham, I 1,518' 



1,027 
7,577 
894 
3,122 
1,889 
4,493 
2,919 

74,398 
1,417 
3,432 

40,733 
6,727 
1,785 
1,340 



1880 



31,897 
4,242 



1,144 
2,250 
3,288 

692 
2,422 
3,265 

346 
1,294 
4,346 
3,543 
1,017 
1,875 
2,173 

69,032 

5,591 

348 

1,123 

1,537 

724 

2,052 

875 

459 

4,653 

642 

1,595 

1,286 

3,939 

2,043 

635 

205 

203 

1,876 

10,191 

785 

403 

13,364 



1,124 
1,107 

715 
2,204 
2,357 

542 

493 
1,923 
3,394 

644 

139,040 

1,105 

11,111 

927 

3,430 

1,791 

3,902 

2,875 

48,961 

1,329 

2,765 

26,845 



1,732 
1,681 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



BRISTOL-Con 

Rehohoth, 

Seekonk, 

Somerset, 

Swansea, 

Taunton, 

"Westport, 

DTJB33S. 

Chilmark, 

Cottage City, 

Edgartown, 

Gay Head, 

Gosnold, 

Tisbury 

"West Tisbury, 

ESS 

Amesbury, 7,...., 

Andover 

Beverly 

Boxford, 

Bradford, 

Danvers 

Essex, 

Georgetown 

Gloucester, 

Gro veland, 

Hamilton 

Haverhill 

Ipswich, 

Lawrence, 

Lynn, 

Lynnfield 

Manchester, 

Marblehead, 

Merrimac 

Methuen 

Middleton, 

Nahant, 

Newbury, 

Newburyport, ... 
North Andover, . 

Peabody 

Rockport 

Rowley 

Salem 

Salisbury, 7, 

Saugus, 

Swampscott, 

Topsfleld, 

Wenham, 

"West Newbury, . 

FRANKLIN 

Ashfield, 

Bernardston, 8,.. 

Buckland 

Charlemont, 

Colrain, 

Conway, 

Deerfield, 

Erving, 

Gill, 

Greenfield 

Hawley, 

Heath, 

Leverett, 

Leyden, 8, 

Monroe, 

Montague 

New Salem 

Northfield, 

Orange 



State 
Census 
1895 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



1,810 
1,465 
1,983 
1,627 
27,115 
2,678 

4,238 

304 
1,038 
1,125 

169 

140 
1,002 

460 

330,393 

9,986 
6,145 

11,806 
727 
4,736 
8,181 
1,587 
2,050 

28,211 
2,333 
1,356 

30,209 
4,720 

52,164 

62,354 

818 

1,876 

7,671 

2,301 

5,690 

838 

865 

1,489 

14,552 
3,569 

10,507 
5,289 
1,272 

34,473 
1,300 
4,497 
3,259 
1,033 
886 
1,643 

40,145 



U.S. 
Census 
1880 



1,786 
1,317 
2,106 
1,456 
25,448 
2,599 

4,369 

353 

1,080 

1,156 

139 

135 

1,506 



1,891 | 
1,227 ! 
2,006 
1,355 
21,213 
2,894 

4,300 

494 1 
672. 
1,303 
161 

152 
1,518 



299,995 244,535 



9,798 

6,142 

10,821 

865 

3,720 

7,454 

1,713 

2,117 

24,651 

2,191 

961 

27,412 

4,439 

44,654 

55,727 

787 

1,789 

8,202 

2,633 

4,814 

924 

880 

1,427 

13,947 

3,742 

10,158 

4,087 

1,248 

30,801 

1,316 

3,673 

3,198 

1,022 

886 

1,796 

38,610 



1,013 


1,025 


778 


770 


1,548 


1,570 


1,041 


972 


1,610 


1,671 


1,304 


1,451 


3,007 


2,910 


964 


972 


1,082 


960 


6,229 


5,252 


468 


515 


476 


503 


744 


702 


383 


407 



6,058! 6,296 



1,851 
5,361 



856 
1,869 
4,568 



3,355 j 
5,169 ! 
8,456 I 
824 1 
2,643 
6,598 I 
1,670 I 
2,231 

19,329 

2,227 

935 

18,472 
3,699 

39,1811 

38,274 
686 
1,640 1 
7,467 
2,237 ! 
4,392 
1,0001 
808, 
1,566 : 

13,538 
3,217' 
9,028 
3,912 
1,201 

27,563 
4,079 
2,625 
2,500 
1,166 I 
889! 
1,989 | 

36,001 j 

1,066 j 
934 

1,739 
9321 

1,777 

1,760 i 

3,543 

872 

733 



560 
742 
507 
166 

4,875 I 
869! 
1,603 ; 
3,169 



The town of Bourne was set off from the town of Sandwich, April 2, 1884. 
Boundary line established between Fastham and Wellfleet, May 6, 1887. 
Boundary line established between Falmouth and Mashpee, June 18, 1885. 
Became a city, January 1, 1891. 
ttlebc 



. The town of North Attleborough was set off from the town of Attleborough, June 14, 1887. 

6. Boundary line between Dartmouth and New Bedford changed and a part of Dartmouth annexed to New 

Bedford, May 3, 1888. 

7. Part of Salisbury annexed to Amesbury, June 16, 1886. 

8. Part of Leyden annexed to Bernardston, May 7, 1886. 



POPULATION of Massachusetts — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



PEANZLIN-Con. 

Eowe 

Shelburne, 

Shutesbury, 

Sunderland, 

Warwick, 

"Wendell, 

Whately, 



HAMPDEN. 



Agai 
Blan 



iwam, 

landf ord, 

Brim.fl.eld, 

Chester, 

Chicopee, 9, 

East Longmeadow, 

Granville 

Hampden 

Holland 

Holyoke 

Wardl 

Ward 2, 

Ward 3, 

Ward 4 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7, 

Longmeadow, 

Ludlow, 

Monson 

Montgomery 

Palmer, 

Bussell 

South wick, 

Springfield, 

Ward 1, 

Ward 2, 

Ward 3, 

Ward 4, 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7, 

Ward 8, 

Tolland, 

Wales, 

Westfield. 

West Springfield, . . . 
Wilbraham, 



HAMPSHIRE. 

.Amherst 

Belcher town, 

Chesterfield 

Cummington 

Easthampton, 

Enfield, 

Goshen, 

Granby, 

Green wich, 

Hadley, 

Hatfield, 

Huntington, 

Middlefield 

Northampton, 

Ward 1, 

Ward 2 

Ward 3, 

Ward 4, 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7, 

Pelham, 

Blainfield, 

Prescott 

Southampton 

South Hadley, 

Ware, 

Westhampton, 

Williamsburg 

Worthington 



State 
( 'etisus 
1895 



498 
1,560 
444 
696 
599 
529 
755 

152,938 

2,408 

849 

962 

1,429 

16,420 

1,591 

1,005 

743 

199 

40,322 

6,014 

8,858 

5,023 

6,781 

3,579 



620 
562 
746 
275 
858 
846 
961 
522 
899 
,898 
197 
209 
426 
153 
650 
090 
309 
783 
,663 
,125 
,740 

,710 
,785 
,161 
589 
750 
,790 
990 
304 
748 
481 
,704 
,262 
,450 
386 
,746 
,170 
,244 
,872 
,488 
,136 
,903 
,933 
486 
450 
401 
,054 
,443 
,651 
476 
,955 
648 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



541 
1,533 
453 
663 
565 
505 
779 

135,713 

2,352 

871 

1,096 

1,295 

14,050 



1,061 

831 

201 

35,637 

4,346 

5,145 

5,085 

7,614 

3,052 

6,227 

4,168 

2,183 

1,939 

3,650 

266 

6,520 

879 

914 

44,179 

12,075 

4,265 

5,055 

4,368 

9,901 

3,646 

2,391 

2,478 

393 

700 

9,805 

5,077 

1,814 

51,859 

4,512 

2,120 

608 

787 

4,395 

952 

297 

765 

526 

1,669 

1,246 

1,385 

455 

14,990 

2,059 

2,085 

2,429 

2,350 

2,227 

1,855 

1,985 

486 

435 

376 

1,017 

4,261 

7,329 

477 

2,057 

714 



U.S. 
Census 

18S0 



47,232 

4,298 

2,346 

769 

881 

4,206 

1,043 

327 

753 

633 

1,938 

1,495 

1,236 

648 

12,172 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



MIDDLESEX, 

Acton 

Arlington 

Ashby 

Ashland 

Ayer, 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Billerica, 

Boxborough, 11.... 

Burlington 

Cambridge, 12 

Carlisle, 

Chelmsford, 

Concord, 

jDracut, 

Dunstable 

Everett, 

Framingham 

Gioton 

Holliston, 

Hopkinton, 

Hudson, , 

Lexington, 

Lincoln, 

Littleton, 11 , 

Lowell, 13 

Maiden, 

Marlborough, 14... 

Maynard, 

Medford 

Melrose, 

Natick, 

Newton, 

North Reading,... 

Pepperell, 

Beading 

Sherborn, 

Shirley, 

Somerville, 

Stoneham, 15 

Stow 

Sudbury, 

Tewksbury, 13 

Townsend 

Tyngsborough 

Wakefield 

Waltham, 

Watertown, 12 

Wayland, 

Westford, 

Weston 

Wilmington 

"Winchester, 

Woburn, 16 



NANTUCKET. 
Nantucket, 



NORFOLK. 

Avon, 17 , 

Bellingham, , 

Braintree 

Brookline, 18 

Canton, , 

Cohasset, 

Dedham 

Dover, 

Foxborough, 

Franklin,.. 

Holbrook, 

Hyde Park 

Medfield 

Medway, 19 

Millis, 19 

Milton, 20 

Needham, 21 

Norfolk 

Norwood 



State 
Census 
1895 



U.S. ' I'.S. 



499, 

1, 



81 



217 431 
978 1 
515 5 
804 
090 2 



3,016 
3,016 

134,819 
1,626 
1,481 
5,311 

16,164 
4,636 
2,474 
7,211 
668 
3,219 
5,136 
2,298 

11,826 
1,872 
2,913 
1,006 
5,518 
3,511 
882 
4,574 



101 2 

169 ) 1 

843 2 

577 2 
307 
574 

643 70 
492 

162 2 

175 4 

443 1 
400 

573 11 

512 9 

192 2 

718 2 



167317,830 
1,797 
4,100 
914 
2,394 
1,881 



308 

498 

111 

136 

367 

708 

977 

0901 2 

474 11 

965 1 8 

814 

590 



835 
321 
717 
446 
399 
200 
284 
920 
141 
379 
780 
635 
304 
876 
788 
026 
418 
710 
420 
150 
178 



.897 
,(320 

825 
,532 
,148 
,092 
,098 
,380 

325 

617 
,028 

481 
,695 
,427 
,996 

416 
,068 
,239 
,057 
,619 
,088 
,670 
,197 

987 
,025 
,696 
,031 
,805' 
,700 
,079 
,519 

,118: 

379 
874 
127 
088 
381 
19l! 

,152; 
155 
903 
197 
515 
750 
662 
982 
707 
073 
060 
250 
664 
213 

,861 
499 



3,268 
3,268 

118,950 
1,384 
1,334 
4,848 
12,103 
4,538 
2,448 
7,123 

727 
2,933 
4,831 
2,474 
10,193 
1,493 
2,985 

786 
4,278 
3,035 

913 
3,733 



931 

1,615 
2,000 

319 

711 
52,609 

478 
2,553 
3,922 
1,595 

453 
4,159 
6,235 
1,862 
3,098 
4,601 
3,739 
2,460 

907 

994 

59,475 

12,017 

10,127 

2,291 

7,573 

4,560 

8,479 

16,995 

900 
2,348 
3,181 
1,401 
1,365 
24,933 
4,890 
1,045 
1,178 
2,179 
1,967 

631 
5,547 
11,712 
5,426 
1,962 
2,147 
1,448 

933 

3,802 

10,931 

3,727 
3,727 

96,507 



1,223 
3,855 
8,057 
4,516 
2,182 
6,233 
653 
2,950 
4,051 
2,130 
7,088 
1,371 
3,956 

3! 206 

5,252 

930 

2,345 



9. Became a city, January 1, 1891. 

10. Part of Longmeadow annexed to Springfield, June 2, 1890. 

11. Boundary line established between Boxborough and Littleton, April 30, 1890. 

12. Part of Watertown annexed to Cambridge, March 10, 1885. 

13. Part of Tewksbury annexed to Lowell, May 17, 1888. 

14. Becamea city, January 1, 1891. 

15. Part of Stoneham annexed to Wakefield, March 13, 1889. 

17i The town of Avonwasset off from the town of Stoughton, February 21, 1888. Parts of Holbrook and Ran- 
dolph annexed to Avon, April 16, 1889. «,-««« 

18. Boundary line between Brookline and city of Boston, changed and established, May 2, , 1S90. 

19. The town of Millis was set off from the town of Medway, February 24, 1885. 

20. Boundary line established between Milton and Quincy, April 16, I880. 

21. The town of Wellesley was set off from the town of Needham, April 6, 1881. Became a e.ty, January 1, 1888. 



population of Massachusetts — Continued. 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



NORFOLK-Con. 

Quincy, 20,21, 

Randolph, 17, 

Sharon 

Stoughton, 17, 

Walpole 

Wellesley, 21 

Weymouth 

"Wrentham, 



PLYMOUTH. 

Abington, 

Bridge-water 

Brockton, 

Carver, 

Duxbury , 

East Bridge-water, . 

Halifax, 

Hanover, 22 

Hanson, 

Hingham 

Hull, 

Kingston 

Lakeville 

Marion, 23, 

Marshfield, 

Mattapoisett, 

Middleborough 

Norwell, 

Pembroke, 22, 

Plymouth, 

Plympton 

Rochester, 

Rockland, 

Scituate, 

Wareham 

"West Bridge-water, 
Whitman, 24, 



SUFFOLK. 

Boston, 18 

Chelsea 

Revere, 

Winthrop, 



539,799 

496,920 

31,264 

7,423 

4,192 

306,445 

2,148 

7,364 

1,598 

2,278 

897 

6,039 

797 

729 

Brookfleld, 3,279 



WORCESTER. 

Asburnham, 

Athol, 

Auburn, 

Barre, 

Berlin, 

Blackstone, 

Bolton 

Boylston,. 



State 
Census 
1895 



20,712 
3,694 
1,717 
5,272 
2,994 
4,229 

11,291 
2,584 



101, 

4, 

4. 

33. 

1. 

i: 

2 

2 
1, 

4: 
I! 
1. 



498 
207 



165 
016 



497 
051 

380 
819 
044 
,746 
870 
759 
760 
032 
689 
540 
223 
957 
549 
021 
523 
246 
387 
747 
744 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



16,723 
3,946 
1,634 
4,852 
2,604 
3,600 

10,866 
2,566 

92,700 

4,260 

4,249 

27,294 

994 
1,908 
2,911 

562 
2,093 
1,267 
4,564 

989 
1,659 

935 

871 
1,713 
1,148 
6,065 
1,635 
1,320 
7,314 

597 
1,012 
5,213 
2,318 
3,451 
1,917 
4,441 

484,780 

448,477 

27,909 

5,668 

2,726 

280,787 

2.074 

6,319 

1,532 

2,239 

884 

6,138 

827 

770 

3,352 



U.S. 
Census 
1880 



10,570 
4,027 
1,492 
4,875 
2,494 



Counties, Cities, and 
Towns. 



10,570 
2,481 

74,018 
3,697 
3,620 
13,608 
1,039 
2,196 
2,710 

542 
1,897 
1,309 
4,485 

383, 
1,524' 
1,008 

958 
1,781' 
1,365 
5,237 
1,820 
1,405 
7,093 

694: 
1,043 
4,5531 
2.466 1 
2,896| 
1,6651 
3,024 

387,92?! 

362,839 

21,782 

2,263 

1,043 

226,897 

1,666 

4,307 

1,317 

2,419 

977 

4,907 

903 

854 

2,820 



WORCESTER— Con. 

Charlton, 

Clinton, 

Dana, 

Douglas 

Dudley, 



Fitchburg, 

Ward l 

Ward 2 

Ward 3, 

Ward 4, 

Ward5 

Ward 6, 

Gardner 

Grafton, 

Hard-wick, 

Harvard, 

Holden, 

Hopedale, 25, 

Hubbardston 

Lancaster, 

Leicester, 

Leominster, 

iLunenburg, 

Mendon 

Milford, 25, 

Millbury, 

I New Braintree 

North borough , 

North bridge, 

North Brookfield,. 

Oakham, 

Oxford, 

Paxton 

iPetersham, 

Phillipston, 

Princeton , 

jRoyalston, 

Rutland 

1 Shrewsbury 

Southborough 

South bridge, 

Spencer, 

Sterling, 

Sturbridge, 

Sutton 

Templeton, 

Upton, 

Uxbridge, 

Warren 

Webster 

Westborough, 

West Boylston, ... 
West Brookfleld, . . 

Westminster 

Winchendon, 

Worcester 



State 
Census 
1895 



1,877 

11,497 

717 

2,026 

3,203 

26,409 

4,376 

6,510 

4,299 

3,214 

3,350 

4,660 

9,182 

5,101 

2,655 

1,162 

2,602 

1,377 

1,274 

2,180 

3,239 

9,211 

1,237 

889 

8,959 

5,222 

542 

1,940 

5,286 

4,635 

605 

2,390 

426 

9521 

460 

952 

890 

978 

1,524 

2,223 

8,250 

7,614 

1,218 

1,910 

3,420 

2,915 

2,150 

3,546 

4,430 

7,799 

5,235 

2 1 

l!467 

1,315 

4,490 

98,767 



U.S. 
Census 
1890 



US. 
Census 

1880 



m 1,847 

10,424 

700 

1.G — 

2,944 

22,037 

4,058 

5,238 

3,195 

2,252 

3,316 

3,978 

8,424 

5,002 

2,922 

1,095 

2,623 

1,176 

1,346 

2,201 

3,120 

7,269 

1,146 

919 

8,780 

4,428 

573 

1,952 

4,603 

3,871 

738 

2,616 

445 

1,050 

502 

982 

1,030 

980 

1,449 

2,114 

7,655 

8,747 

1,244 

2,074 

3,180 

2,999 

1,878 

3,408 

4,681 

7,031 

5,195 

3,019 

1,592 

1,688 

4,390 

84,655 



1,900 
8,029 
736 
2,241 
2,803 
12,429 
2,438 
2,204 
2,028 
1,684 
1,868 
2,207 
4,988 
4,030 
2,233 
1,253 
2,499 

1,380 

2,008 
2,779 
5,772 
1,101 
1,094 
9,310 
4,741 

610 
1,676 
4,053 
4,459 

669 
2,604 

592 
1,109 

621 
l,10O 
1,192 
1,059 
1,500 
2,142 
6,464 
7,466 
1,414 
2,062 
3,105 
2,789 
2,023 
3,111 
3,889 
5,696 
5,214 
2,994 
1,917 
1,652 
3,722 
58,291 



RECAPITULATION. FOR THE STATE AND COUNTIES. 





Population. 


The State, and Counties. 


State Census 
1895 


U. S. Census 
1890 


U. S. Census 
1880 


THE STATE. 


2,500,183 

27,654 

86,292 

219,019 

4,238 

330,393 

40, 145 

152,938 

54,710 

• 499,217 

3,016 

134,819 

101,498 

539,799 

306,445 


2,238,943 

29,172 

81,108 

186,465 

4,369 

299,995 

38,610 
135,713 

51,859 

431,167 

3,268 

118,950 

92,700 
484,780 
280,787 


1,783,085 

31,897 
69,032 






139,040 

4,300 

244,535 








36,001 
104, 142 






47,232 
317,830 






3,727 


Norfolk, 


96,507 




74,018 




387,927 




226,897 







22. Boundry line established between Hanover and Pembroke, April 23, 1885. 

23. Name changed from South Scituate, by Act of February 27, 1888. Accepted by the town, March 5, 1888. 

24. Name changed from South Ablnprton, by Act of March 5, 1886. Accepted by the town, May 3, 1886. 

25. The town of Hopedale was set off from the town of Milford , April 7 , 1886. 



POPULATION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



BELKNAP. 



Alton 

Barnstead........ 

Belmont 

Centre Harbor. . 

Gilford 

Gilmanton 

Laconia 

Meredith 

New Hampton. 

Sanbornton 

Tilton 



CARROLL. 



Albany 

Barbie tt (a) 

Brookfleld 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hart's Location.. 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonbor ough . 

Ossipee 

Sandwich. 

Tamworth 

Tuftonborough. . . 

"Wakefield 

Wolfeborough 



CHESHIRE. 

Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Eitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Eeene 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury . 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

"Westmoreland 

"Winchester 



COOS. 

Berlin 

Cambridge 

Carroll 

Chandler's purchase 

Clarks ville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Crawford's grant 

Dalton 

Dartmouth College grant 

Dix's grant 

Dixville 

Bummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

( Green's grant 

Jefferson.... 

Lancaster 

Martin's location 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Nash and Sawyer's location, 

Northumberland 

Pinkham's grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 



23,211 

3,729 

31 

813 

15 

325 

1,736 

605 



13 



11 
455 

178 

1,710 

30 

1,062 

3,373 

5 

1,029 

62 



1,356 



137 



17,948 
1,476 
1,296 
1,226 
521 
2,821 
1,485 
3.790 
1,800 
1,059 
1,192 
1,282 

18,224 

361 

1,044 

428 

421 

2,094 



714 

70 

464 

586 

1.254 

1,782 

1,701 

1,274 

923 

1,392 

2,222 

28,734 
1,037 
1,173 

456 

1,187 

663 

870 

1,868 

1,267 

6,784 

1,286 

701 

438 

669 

934 

12S 

553 

382 

326 

1,661 

796 

2,013 

1,095 

2,444 

18,580 

1,144 

86 

632 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



COOS-Con. 
Sargent's purchase .... 

i Second College grant 

\ Shelburne 

stark ;;;; 

, Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Thompson and Meserve's 

purchase 

Wentworth's location 

Whitefield 



328 

1,580 

762 

28 

570 



4 
32 

464 

161 

1,383 

8 

951 

2,721 

33 

895 

62 

101 

1,062 



581 
203 



GRAFTON. 

Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridge water 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan , 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Eranconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 



HILLSBOROUGH. 

Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Peering 

Er ancesto wn 

Goff sto wn 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mount Vernon 

Nashua 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Wilton'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .' V. .'. . 

Windsor 



336 

703 

1.002 

1,128 



25 
2,041 

37,217 

679 

1,193 
935 
244 

1,267 
332 

1,524 
982 

1,417 
379 
248 
150 

1,439 
594 
787 
464 

1,317 

2,545 
245 
595 
499 

3,763 
110 

2,080 

3,365 
155 
543 

1,154 
478 
245 
916 
709 

1,852 
947 
632 
875 
39 
698 
341 

93,247 

1,053 

1.248 

1,102 

542 

548 

551 

837 

1,931 

607 

1,255 

637 

2,120 

1,000 

1,092 

252 

657 

44,126 

629 

951 

3,014 

479 

19,311 

1,067 

969 

791 

2,507 

137 

342 

1.550 

1,850 

62 



J 8 

252 

690 

958 

1,016 

20 
55 

1,828 

38,788 

828 

960 

1,032 

378 

1,400 

384 

1,352 

1,163 

1,762 

585 

302 

209 

1,680 

550 

934 

566 

2,147 

2,455 

329 

703 

506 

3,354 

65 

1,807 

2,936 

103 

654 

1,313 

504 

335 

1,050 

752 

1,719 

1,050 

775 

786 

54 

939 

367 

75,634 

1,225 

1.172 

1,204 

443 

698 

674 

937 

1,699 

649 

1,072 

689 

1.646 

1,077 

1,045 

291 

818 

32,630 

645 

1,042 

2,398 

517 

13,397 

1,144 

1,222 

846 

2.206 

203 

402 

1,829 

1,747 

65 



« In 1880 population »?*«*n«i as tor " Bart' tt town and ' liiO t 1 station. ' 



POPULATION OF 


NEW 


Hampshire — Continued. 




Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 


1880. 


Counties, Cities, and Towns. 


1890. 


1880. 


MERRIMACK. 


49,435 

1,475 

1,090 

1,487 

725 

810 

964 

661 

17,004 

683 

524 

815 

4,085 

1,385 

548 

1,893 

1,817 

1.000 

487 

799 

1,115 

3,172 

2,605 

655 

849 

1,383 

564 

840 

49,650 

483 

631 

967 

1,108 

958 

666 

1,220 

2,604 

461 

1,721 

4,284 

726 

647 

860 

1,330 

622 

547 

1,120 

1,220 

488 


46,300 

1,707 

1,204 

1,381 

734 

950 

1,033 

784 

13,843 

760 

708 

909 

3,265 

1,326 

667 

1,766 

1,836 

1,221 

590 

875 

918 

2,797 

1,974 

795 

993 

1,537 

647 

1,080 

49,064 

502 

719 

999 

1,340 

1,136 

613 

1,569 

2,140 

576 

1,536 

3,569 

624 

695 

959 

1,184 

678 

614 

1,080 

1,363 

610 


ROCKINGHAM-Con. 


401 

2,742 

1,064 

804 

1,478 

988 

1,085 

9,827 

1,131 

978 

1,805 

475 

1,672 

370 

855 

680 

632 

38,442 

1,408 

12,790 

871 

3,064 

606 

367 

207 

1,640 

579 

7,396 

2,003 

6,207 

1,304 

17.304 

717 

1,466 

5,565 

954 

512 

384 

424. 

305 

51S 

2,623 

1,173 

5^-0 

900 

653 

569 


433 






2,368 






1,006 
774 










1,345 
1,095 




Nottingham 




1 002 






9,690 






1 053 




Rye 


1,111 

1,809 

500 








Sanclown 




1,745 
383 
829 


Hill.. 


South Hampton 

South Newmarket 




720 






695 




STRATFORD. 






35,558 




1,497 
11,687 






Pittsfield 




962 






3,044 
715 










397 






355 






1,516 
772 






ROCKINGHAM. 




5,784 
1,712 




Rollinsford 




Somersworth 


5,586 




Strafford 


1,531 




STJLLIVAN. 


18,161 






982 


Deerfield 




1,587 






4,704 

1,156 

603 














511 






540 






364 






602 






2,612 




Plainfleld 


1,372 






732 






895 


Londonderry 

New Castle 


Unity 


814 


Washington 


682 





SUMMARY Bl 


" COUNTIES. 




The State amd Counties. 


Population. 


The State and Counties, 


Population. 


1890. 


1880. 


1S90. 1 1880. 


THE STATE. 


376.530 
20,321 
18,124 

29,579 
23,211 

37,217 


346,991 

17,943 


THE STATE-Con. 


! 

93,247 75.634 




13,224 Merrimack 

£;-i,TSA Rockingham...., 

16,530 Strafford 


49.485 46.300 




49,650 49,064 




53,4.4.3 85.558 




17.804 18,161 











POPULATION OF MODE ISLAID 



Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



BRISTOL. 

Barrington 

Bristol 

Warren 

KENT. 

Coventry 

East Greenwich 

West Greenwich 

Warwick 

NEWPORT. 

Jamestown 

Little Compton 

Middletown 

Newport 

New Shoreham 

Portsmouth 

Tiverton 

PROVIDENCE. 

Providence 

Burrillville 

Cranston , 

Cumberland 

East Providence 

Foster 

Gloucester- 



1890. 1880. I Counties, Cities, and Towns. 



11,428! 
1,461 
5,478 
4,48£ 

£<3,764; 

5,06tf! 

3,127 

798 

17,7611 

28,552; 

7071 

1,128 1 

1,154 

19,45? 

1,320 

1,949 

2,837 

255,123 

132,146 

5,492 

8,099 

8,090 

8,422 

1,252 

2,095 



11,394 
1,359 1 
6,028 
4,0071. 

SO,5G7 . 
4,519 
2,887 
1,018 

12,163 

24,180 

4591 

1,201 

1,139 

15,693 
1,204 
1,979 
2,505! 
197,874 
104.852: 
5,714 
5,942! 
6,445 
5,056 
1,552 
2.250 



PROVIBENCE-Con. 

Johnston 

Lincoln 

North Providence 

North Smithiield 

Pawtucket 

Scituate 

Smithfleld 

Woonsocket 

WASHINGTON. 

Charlestown 

Exeter 

Kopkinton 

North Kingston 

South Kingston and District 

of Narragansett 

Richmond 

Westerly 

STATE. 

Providence 

Bristol 

Kent 

(Newport 

I Washington 



9.778! 

20.855 
2.084 
3,173 : 

27,633 
3.174 
2,500! 

20.830 1 

23,849 ; 

915; 

964 
2,S64 
4,193 

6,231 
1.669 
6,8 1& 



5,765 
13,765 

1,467 

8,083 

19.030 

3,810 

3085 

16,053 

22,495 

1,117 

1.310 

2,952 

3,949 

5,114 
1,949 
6,i04 



345.503 f -76,580 
255,123 197,874 

11,423' 3.1,394 
; 26,75 i ^0,587 
' 28.552 24.130 

23,649 22,495 



POPULATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES, 

United. States Census 188O-180O. 



Below will be found a carefully prepared transcript from the official returns of the Federal Census ol 
ihowing the population of cities and towns of more than 3,000, arranged alphabetically by States, togttber l itb 
the figures of 1880, thus indicating the growth of the last ten years. The Suites of New Hampshire, Hi 
setts, Rhode Island and Connecticut are given in full elsewhere. 



ALABAMA. 

Aaniston 

Bessemer 

Birmingham... 

Decatur 

Eufaula 

Florence 

Fort Payne 

Gadsden. 

Huntsville..... 

Mobile • 

Montgomery.... 

Opelika 

Belma < 

Talladega 

Troy • 

Tuscaloosa 



ARIZONA. 



Argenta. 
Phoenix. 
Tucson . . 



ARKANSAS. 
Eureka Springs, 

Fort Smith. 

Helena 



Hot Springs . 
Little Bock- 
Pine Bluff.... 
Texarkana... 



CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda 

Eureka 

Fresno 

Glen Ellen 

Grass Valley 

Livermore 

Los Angeles..... 
Marysville.... — 

Modesto 

Napa 

Nevada 

Oakland 

Pasadena , 

Petaluma , 

Pomona , 

Riverside 

I Sacramento 

Salinas 

San Bernardino. 



San Francisco.. 

San Jose 

San Rafael 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara . 
Santa Cruz — .. 
Santa Rosa...... 

Stockton ........ . 

Vallejo.. ... 

Watson ville 
Woodland. 

COLORADO. 



Aspen.... 

Boulder 

Colorado Springs 

Denver 

Lead ville.. . . . . 

Pv.ebAG 

Silver Cliff... 
Trinidad 

CONNECTICUT 
In full elsewhere. 
DELAWARE. 



Milford 

i New Castle.... 

II Smyrna ... 

I Wilmington.... 

I DISTRICT OF 

I 'COLUMBIA. 



10,113 
3,582 

26,241 
7,136 
4,027 
5,984 
3,362 

49,023 
7,995 

31,822 

21,790 
3,686 
7,626 
3,016 
3,448 
5,486 



3,012 
3,796 
5,095 



4,000 

11,291 

5,185 

7,115 

22,496 



11,000 
4,834 

10,796 
3,500 
4,032 
3,176 

50,394 
3,936 
3,347 
4,387 



3,086 
1,000 



400 
1,500 

4,977 
29,132 
16,713 
3,245 
7,529 
1,233 
2,294 
2,418 



500 

300 

7,007 



3,984 
3,099 
3.652 
3,554 



Cities and Towns. 



FLORIDA. 
Apalachicola.. 

Gainesville 

Jacksonville.. 

Key "West 

Ocala 

Orlando 

Pensacola 

Tallahassee . . . 
Tampa 



GEORGIA. 

Albany 

Americus , 

Athens , 

Atlanta , 

Augusta , 

Brunswick...., 
Cartersville 

Columbus 

Dalton 

Griffin 

La Grange 

Macon 

Marietta 

Milledge ville.. 

Newman 

...Rome 

13, 138 J Savannah 

3,203 ! Thomasville . . 

l»390|Valdosta 



48,590 

4,879 

3,683 

4,098 

4,678 
26,272 

3,34Q 

4,005 
16,153| 
297,990 233,959 



18,027 

3,891 
3,600 
5,849 
5,594 
5,216 
14,378 

3,357 
\ ■ 



4,800 

3,298 

11,000 

- '• 

11,159 

28,128 

5,500 



8,673 
3,375 
3,916 

3,157 
: \ -1 : r 



ILLINOIS. 

5,708 jj Alton 

2,639 gAmboy 

l,5005Aurora 

Austin 

3,000 Batavia 

1,500 Beardstown 

11,183 Belleville 

4,321 Belvidere 

2,00O Bloomington. . . . 

3,731 Blue Island 

4,022 Braid wood 

34,555 Bushnell 

lOO Cairo 

3,326 Canton 

300 Carbondale 

_ 500 Carlinville 

21,420 Carmi 

3,000 centralia 

3,O0O Champaign..... 

2,637 Charleston 

,„ Chester 

12,567 Chicago 

2,276 CollinsviUe 

1-000 Danville 

3,460 Decatur.... 

3,898 DeKalb 

3,616 Dixon 

10,282 Duouoin 

5,987 East St. Louis. 

2,500 Bdwardsville... 

2,500|Bffingham. ...... 

SElgin 

SEvanston 

BFreeport 

3,069|Galena 

4,266 1 Galesbnrg , 

35,629 

14,30 :: 
3,217 



2,865 
2,350 



2,490 
42,473 



Georgetown. .....I 12,578' 12,578 

Washin gton 1229 ,796 147,293 



Geneseo , 
Jacksonville.... 
Jersey ville...... 

Joliet 

Kankakee 

Kewanee 

La Salle 

Lemont ... 

Lincoln 

Litchfield........ 

Macomb.. 

Mascoutah 

Mattoon 

Mendota 

Metropolis...... 

Moline .-••• 

Monmouth 

Morris ... 

Mount Carmel. . 
Mou nt "Vernon. 



1830. 



3,024 

4,588 
17,160 
ltVJ58 

3,109 

4,500 
11,751 

2,933 



4,500 
6,335 
8,627 

65,515 

33,150 
8,403 
3,166 

18,650 
3,030 
4,465 
3,099 

22,698 
3,376 
3,306 
2,859 
6,950 

41,762 
3,839 
5,500 



10,184 
3,021 

19,634 
4,000 
3,613 
3,619 

! ' '■! 
3,363 

22,242 
4,075 
4,689 
3,088 

10,044 
5,589 
3,100 
4,000 
3,250 
4,762 
5,827 
4,135 
3.200 

,09»,13tf 
3,498 

11,528 

13.£4i 
3,450 
5,149 
3,478 

15,156 
3,575 
3,260 

!7,4£9 
7,692 

15,159 
6,406 

15,212 
4,578 

12,357 
3,204 

27,407 



500 
1,500 
7,850 
9,890 

600 

300 
6,e45 
2,494 

720 



Cities and Towns. 



ILLINOIS. -Con. 
Murphysboro'gh 

Nape r ville 

Oak Park 

Olney 

Ottawa 

Pana 

Paris 

Pekin 

Peoria 

Peru 

Petersburgh 



3 2i6S :Poiltiac 
3:635 ?rmcetown 
6,099 



37,409 

21.891 
2,891 
2,037 

10.123 
2,516 
3,620 
2.295 

12,749 
2,227 
3,800 
2,006 
3.377 

30.709 
2,555 
1,515 



Quincy . 

Rochelle 

Rockford 

Bock- Island... 

Shelbyville 

Springfield 

Spring Valley. 

Sterling 

Streator 

Taylorville 

TJrbana 

"Warsaw 

Waukegan 

INDIANA. 
Anderson 



Aurora . 

(Bedford 

J Bloomington. .. . 

8,975 Bluffton 

2,448 Brazil 

11,873 Butler 

1,359 1 Columbia City.. 

2,639 1 Columbus 

3,1361 Connersville — 
10,683 jCrawfordsville . 

2,951 iDscatur 

17,180jDelphi 



1,542 



3,118 
2,500 



3 IV ! 

:Vfc 



art . 



5,524 Evansville 

2,740 - 

9,011 



Fort W r ayne . 
Frankfort .... 
Franklin 



300 I Goshen. 



Greencastle . . 
Q-reensburgh. 



3,621 (Hammond 
5 , 1 03 « Kuntingtou. . 
2,367s Indianapolis 



3,000 

503.185 

2,887 



Jeffer son ville. 
Knightstown . 
Kokoruo . 



7,733 1 Lafayette. 
0,547 " 

L.f.3? 

' :■ - 

& ir:r 

2,887 



La Porte. 
Lawrenceburg.. 

Lebanon 

Logansport...... 

Madison 

Marion. 



2,887 marion 

3,065 ^Martinsville . . 
8,787 8 Michigan City 

2^ C1C TUT*- TT/miwavi 



4,554 
9,904 
3,000 
6,125 
5,798 
3,927 
3,150 
8,829 
5,189 
3,918 
11,995 
5,837 
4,956 
3,650j 
3,450' 



8,516 
6.451 

11,437 
4,000 

10927 
2,394 

11,657 
5,651 
2,704 
7,847 
2.109 
5,639 
4,328 
3,148 
2,500 
5,737 
4,142 
2,268 
7,800 
5,000 
5,000 
2,047 
3,178 



Mt. Vernon.. 

Muncie 

New Albany. 
Newcastle... 

Peru ..... 

Plymouth 

Portland 

Princeton 

Richmond — 
Rochester.... 
Rushville.... 

Seymour 

Shelbyville... 
South Bend.. 

Sullivan 

Terre Haute . 
Union City... 
Valparaiso... 
Vincennes.... 

Wabash 

Warsaw 

Washington . 
Winchester.. 



3.527 
3,016 
5,000 
8 H2b 
8,971 
6,067 
6,049 
6,897 

40,758 
6,906 
3.200 
3,200 
4,586 

31.478 
3,250 

23.589 

13,596 
3.162 

24,852 
6,100 
5.822 
9,671 
3,500 

3.2 ;e 

4,250 
5,077, 

I 

10,759 ! 

3.928 
3,373 
4.400 
3.586' 
5,902; 

2.519: 

3,027, 
6705 
4. 537 
CjS3 
38271 
3,500 

11370 

50,674 

6fv349 
5.913 
3.783; 
8.027, 
4.384 
3,581! 
4253 
7,300 
107,446 

li:274 
3,178 
8.224 

16407 
7.122; 
4.280 
:;.076 

13,798 
8,923 
-.724 
3,277 

10.704 
3.369 
4,710 

11,339 

21.000 
4.100 
6731 
2723 
4500 
6494 

16,849 
3.250 
6.00O 
6,337 
5449 

21786 
3.200 

80,28': 
5,250 
5,083 
8 6 I .-> 
6,196 
3,659 
6,069 
3279 



3.500 
2.074 
3.000 
8,618 

7,834 
3,009 
4.373 
5,993 

29,259 
4.032 
2.333 
8,244 
3,439 

27,268 
1,896 

13,129 

11,659 
2,939 

19,743 
160 
5,087 
6,157 
2237 
2 943 
3,111 
4,012 



4,128 
4435 
2.193 
2,756 
2354 
8,441 
1,056 
2.224 
4813 
3.223 
6.251 

3 500 
3.127 
6.953 

29.280 

26380 
2803 
3,116 
4.123 
3.624 
3,138 
1,600 
3.863 

76,066 
9,357 
2.500 
4.042 

14.860 
6,195 
4608 
2625 

11,198 
8,945 
1,125 
1,943 
7.366 
2640 
3730 
5219 

16 423 
2.299 
5.260 
2.571 
2.500 
2560 

12.742 
1.86* 
2.51;, 
42£0 
3.745 

13280 
2.166 

26.042 
400O 

4 461 
7680 
3.600 
3 186 
4.323 
B.600 



united states census, i 880-1 890 — Continued. 



Cities Aim Towns. 1890. 



IOWA. 

Atlantic 

Boone 

Burlington 

Cedar Falls 

Cedar Rapids... 

Centerville 

Chariton 

Clarinda 

Clinton 

Council Bluffs.. 

Creston 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Dubuque 

Fairfield 

Fort Dodge 

Fort Madison... 

Grinnell 

Independence . . . 

Iowa City 

Keokuk 

Lyons 

Maquoketa 

Marshalltown. . 

Mason City 

Mt. Pleasant... 

Muscatine 

Oskaloo3a 

Ottumwa 

Bed Oak 

Sioux City 

■Washington .... 

"Waterloo 

Webster City.... 
What Cheer.. 



KANSAS. 

Abilene 

Argentine . — 

Atchison 

Chanute 

Clay Centre . . . 

Concordia 

El Dorado 

Emporia 

Fort Scott 

Great Bend.... 

Horton 

Hutchinson . . . 
Independence. 
Junction City. 
Kansas City.. 

Kingman 

Lawrence 

Leavenworth 

McPherson 

Minneapolis . . 

Newton 

Olathe 

Osage City 

Ottawa 

Parsons 

Pittsburgh.... 

Salina 

Topeka 

Wellington . . . 

Wichita 

Winfield 



KENTUCKY. 

Ashland 

Bowling Green. 

Covington 

Danville 

Dayton 

Frankfort 

Fulton 

Georgetown 

Harrodsburg — 

Henderson 

Hopkinsville . . . 

Lexington 

Louisville , 

Ludlow 

Maysville 

Mt. Sterling.... 

Newport 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paris 

Richmond 

Winchester 



4,338 
6,518 

22,528 
3,598 

17,997 
3,652 
3,11 
3,25 

13,629 

21,388 
7,195 

25,161 

50,067 

30,147 
3,379 
4,869 
7,906 
3,327 
4,120 
7,000 

14,075 
5,791 
3,127 
9,308 
4,002 
4,918 

11,432 
7,300 

13,996 
3,258 

37,862 
3,234 
6,679 
3,042 
3,639 



3,540 
3,264 

14,222 
3,350 
5,214 
3,643 
5,241 
7,550 

11,837 
3,343 
3,191 
8,678 
3,121 
4,477 

38,271 
3,581 
9,975 

21,613 
4,417 
3,025 
5,602 
3,290 
3,222 
6,271 
6,736 
5,407 
6,031 

31,809 
4,389 

23,735 
5,14' 



LOUISIANA. 
Baton Rousre — 
Donaldson ville. 
Monroe 



5,500 
7,790 

37,375 
3,765 
4,112 
7,150 
3,575 
3,250 
3,194 
8,830 
6,457 

22,355 

161,005 

3,200 

5,350 

3,627 

24,938 
9,818 

13,024 
5,505 
4,737 
6,417 



10,397 
3,199 
3,251 



3,842 
3,330 

19,450 
3,020 

10,104 
3,434 
2,891 
2,808 
9,052 

18,063 
5,081 

21,831 



CmES and Towns. 1890. 1880. Cities and Towns. 1890. 1880. i 



LA.— Cow. 
Natchitoches . . . 

New Iberia 

New Orleans . . . 

Plaquemine 

Shreveport 



MAINE. 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Bangor 

Bath 

-> I'Ano Belfast 

fg'fOfflBiddeford 

•^o'ooa I Brunswick. . . 

§>9§§ Calais 

Camden 

Cape Elizabeth 

Depot 

Caribou 

Deering 

Deer Isle 

Eastport 

fio/Lnt Ellsworth 

S'g?X|Earmington. . . 
4410 gort Fairfield 

2>S§H J Hallo well 

4>°»» H° ulton 

S'fJjglLewiston 

/'gSfjOld Town 

k'«™ Portland 

g'SSPJRockland 

^'Koii8 s accarappa. . . . 
«5>o<*Sfc Saco 

Skowhegan.... 
Water ville 



3,586 
4,679 
2,415 
3,128 
7,123 
12,117 
4,095 
3,028 



2,330 

375 

15,105 

1,000 

3,000 

1,858 

2,0O0 

4,631 

5,372 

1,500 

30 

1,540 

2,815 

2,634 



MARYLAND. 
Annapolis , 



Baltimore 

Cambridge 

Cumberland 

Frederick 

Frostburg 

Hagerstown 

Havre de Grace. 

Lonaconing 

Waverly 

Westminster.... 



500 
8,510 

16,546 
1,800 
1,085 
8,601 
2,285 
2,098 
4,032 
4,199 
a, 000 
3,111 

15,452 
2,694 
4,911 
2,844 



MASS. 

In full elsewhere. 



MICHIGAN. 

Adrian.... 

Albion 

Alpena 

Ann Arbor 

Battle Creek.... 

Bay City 

Big Rapids 

Cadillac 

Calumet 

Charlotte 

Cheboygan 

Cold water 

II Detroit 

Escanaba 

3.280 Mint 

5,514 Grand Haven .. . 
29 720 Grand Rapids.. 

3,074 Greenville 

3 21Q Hancock 

8,958 Hillsdale 

«28 Holland 

2,061 Ionia 

2,202 Iron wood 

5,365 llshpeming 

4,229 9 Jackson 

16,656a Kalamazoo 

123,7588 Lansing 

700 1 Ludington 

5,220B Manistee 

2,0878 Marquette 

20,433 J Marshall 

6, 23 IB Menominee 

8,033lMonroe. 



3,300 

3,400 

241,995 

3,211 

11,482 



11,228 

10,521 

19,090 

8,713 

6,235 

14,418 

5,998 

7,277 

4,621 

5,213 
3,500 
5,337 
3,400 
4,899 
4,784 
3,200 
3,500 
5,484 
3,147 
4,000 
3,100 

21,668 
5,300 

36,608 
8,137 
3,200 
6,075 
5,068 
7,091 



3,204 
2,909 
2,277 



7,197 
2,000 
2,070 



Mt. Clemens. 

Muskegon 

Negaunee 

Niles 

Oscoda 

Owosso 

Pontiac 

Port Huron.. 
Red Jacket. . . 



7,625 

433,547 

4,163 

10,030 
9,621 
5,647 

11,698 
3,219 
3,897 
3,860 
3,517 



9,239 

3,SOO 

11,228 

9,509 

13,090 

27.826 

5,265 

4,445 

3,500 

3,848 

6,244 

5,462 

205,669 

8,000 

9,845 

4,988 

64,147 

3,048 

5,000 

3,920 

3,928 

4,999 

3,800 

11,184 

20,779 

17,857 

12,630 

7,499 

12,799 

9,096 

3,967 

10,606 

6,246 

4,742 

22,668 

6,061 

4,197 

3,500 

6,544 

8,243 

13,519 

3,070 



2,785 
2,703 
216,090 
2,061 
8,009 



0,530 
8,666 

16,857 
7,374 
5,308 

12,652 
2,410 
6,162 
4,381 

250 

647 
4,320 
3,266 
4,004 
6,152 
1,482 

637 
4,439 
3,154 
1,030 
1,164 
19,083 

993 
33,810 
7,599 
2,487 
6,395 
2,607 
1,917 



7,849 
3,171 



-Con. 



MICH.- 
Saginaw . . 
Sault de 

Marie 

St. John's — 
St. Joseph.... 

St. Louis 

Three Rivers 
Traverse City 

"West Bay 

Wyandotte... 
Ypsilanti 



Ste 



MINNESOTA. 

Albert Lea 

Anoka 

Austin 

Brainerd 

Cookston 

Duluth 

Faribault 

Fergus Falls... 

Hastings 

Mankato 

Minneapolis 

New Ulm 

Owatonna 

Red Wing 

Rochester 

St. Cloud 

Still-water 

St. Paul 

St. Peter 

Winona 



MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen 

Columbus 

Greenville 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Natchez 

Vicksburg 

Yazoo City 



6,642 

332,313 

2,262 

10,693 

|;ooo MISSOURI. 
6,627 Bonne Terre 
2,816 BoonviUe. 
4,O0O Brookfield 
3,790 Cape Girardeau. 
3,341 Carrollton 

Carthage , 

Chillicothe. 

Clinton 

Columbia . . 

DeSoto 

Fulton 

Hannibal. 

Independence... 
6! 153 J Jefferson City.. 

S,06l5 J °Pl in 

7 063l Kansas City 

SO 693 8 Kirks ville 

3,552 Lamar 

2,213aLebanon 

2,3008 Lexington 

8,5985Louisiana 

2,269P£acon City 

4.6S ll Marshall 

116,340P I aryville 

3,0263Mexico 

8,409| Moberly 

4,862§Nevada. 



32,016S£ierce City,... 
3,084fl :P1 easant Hill. 
1 837P s t. Charles 
3,44ir 
2,620 
4,190 



Washington 
4,190 Webb City... 



6,039 
16,105 
11,937 

8,319 



6,930 
4,690 
3,795 
3.288 
4,930 
3,057 
11,262 
3,931 
4,197 
1,951 
2,501 
4,509 
6,883 
2,140 



St. Joseph. 

St. Louis 

Sedalia 

Springfield — 

Trenton 

Triplett 

Warrensburg . 



MONTANA. 

Anaconda 

Bozeman 

Butte City 

Helena 



NEBRASKA. 

Beatrice 

Columbus 

Fremont 

Grand Island... 

Hastings 

Kearney 



46,215 

6,500 
3,119 
3,733 
3,100 
3,122 
3,550 
12,910 
3,798 
6,128 



3,847 
4,264 
3,901 
8,207 
5,029 

32,725 
6,524 
4,050 
3,691 
8.805 
164,738 
3,741 
3,845 
6,277 
5,321 
6,532 

11,239 

133,156 

3,671 

18,208 



3,445 

4,552 

6,655 

6,041 

10,889 

10,149 

13,298 

5,247 



6,000 

4,132 

4,534 

4,288 

3,858 

7,962 

5,699 

4,6"" 

3,985 

3,500 

4,2 
12,816 

6,373 

6,732 

9,909 
132,416 

3,491 

3,700 

3,100 

4,538 

5,071 

3,350* 

4,258 

4,017 

4,789 

8,213 

6,250 

3,500 

3,500 

6,138 

52,811 

460,357S50.51£| 

13,994 9,561 

21,842 

5,011 

4,0O0 

4,GS2 

5,000 

3,500 



4,239 

3,784 

10,701 

13,834 



13,921 

3,118i 2,1311 

6,6541 3,013 

7,632 2,983 

A3, 793 2,817 

4,589 3.601 



[united'^states census, 18S0-1S90 — Continued, 



Cities and Towns. 



NEB.— Con. 

Lincoln 

Nebraska City. 

Norfolk 

North Platte... 

Omaha 

Plattsmouth . . . 
York 



NEVADA. 

Carson City... 

Eureka 

1 Gold Kill 

Reno 

Virginia City. 

N. H'MPSHIRE 

In full elsewhere. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Atlantic City — 

Bayonne 

Bordentown 

Bridgeton 

Burlington 

Camden 

Dover 

East Orange 

Elizabeth 

Gloucester... 

Hackensack 

Harrison 

Hoboken 

Jersey City 

Keyport 

Lambertville — 

Long Branch — 

Millville 

I Morristown 

Mount Holly — 

Newark 

New Brunswick 

Orange 

I Oxford 

! Passaic 

IjPaterson 

Perth Amboy 

Phillipsburg . 

Plainfield 

Princeton. — 

Rahway 

J Red Bank .... 



Somerville. . . 
So. Amboy.. 

Trenton 

Vineland 

Washington 
Woodbury... 



(NEW MEXICO. 

i Albuquerque 

JLas Vegas 

USanta Fe 

Silver City 

Socorro 



NEW YORK. 

(Albany 

JAlbion 

jAmsterdarn — 

Attica 

I Auburn 



I Binghamton 

I Brockport 

■Brooklyn 

I Buffalo 

IttJanandaigua 

I Canisteo 

IJOatskill 

■ Clifton 

IClyde 

IfCohoes 

■ College Point.... 

\ Corning 

[Cortland 

liDansville 

I Dunkirk 

ItEllenville 

■ Elmira 

Mgishkill 

I bishkill - on -the 

I Hudson 

WPlatlands 

■ Slushing' 

■Port Edward.... 
Ircedonia 



65,491 
11,472 
6,221 
3,329 
139,526 
8,403 
3,592 



4,080 
1,609 
2,073 
4,123 
6,337 



13,038 

18,996 

5,045 

11,471 
8,198 

58,274 
3,187 

10,000 

37,870 
6,563 
5,000 
8,528 

43,561 
163,987 
3,100 
4,138 
5,149 
9,957 
8,794 
4,930 
181,518 

13,459 

18,774 
3,500 

13,027 

78,358 
9,476 
8,622 

11,250 
3,600 
7,090 
3,800 
5,512 
3,425 
3,700 

58,488 
4,068 
2,830 
3,867 



6,058 
4,692 
5,982 
3,327 
3,829 



94,640 

5,192 

17,264 

3,110 

25,887 

7,489 

35,093 

4,597 

804,377 

254,457 

5,847 

3 019 
4,915 

4 067 
8,217 

22,432 
5,472 
8,553 
8,473 
4,712 
9,402 
3,088 

88,070 
4,249 

3,157 
4,249 
19,136 
3,246 
3,390 



13,003 
4,183 
1,949 
2,000 

30,518 
4,175 
2,085 



4,229 
4,207 
4,631 
3,000 
10,917 



5,477 
9,372 
4,258 
8,722 
6,090 
41,659 



Cities and Towns, 



-Con. 



N. Y. 

Fulton 

Geddea 

Geneva 

Glen Cove 

Glen's Falls 

Gloversville 

Goshen 

Green Bush 

Green Island.... 

Haverstraw 

Hempstead 

Herkimer 

Hoosick Falls . . . 

Hornellsville 

Hudson 

Ilion 

Ithaca 

Jamaica 

Jamestown 

Johnstown 

Kingston 

Lansingburg 

Little FaUs 

Lockport 

Long Island City 

Lyons 

2 gss&^alone 

8;349gl$atteawan 

28 2g9|Middletown 

5,347|Mx>unt Vernon.. 

4 ) 24glNewark 

q QgajNew Brighton... 

30,999|Newburg . 

lSO,723|New Rochelle. . . 

2,50o|NewYork 

4,183|Newtown. 

3,833fl :Nia 8' ara Falls. . . . 
7,660|NO' Tarrytown.. 
5 4i8gNorwich 

4,628 jyyffik.. 

-- Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneida 

Oneonta 

Oswego 

Owego 

Peekskill..* 

Penn Yan 

Plattsburg. 



136,508 
17,166 

2,656 



51,031 
4,808 
7,181 
8,125 



4,208 

4,289 

6,539 

3,750 

10.366 

13,796 

3,102 

7,287 

4,403 

4.891 

23,517 

3,150 

3,684 

10,948 

10,027 

3,907 

11,557 

13.C46 

15,991 

7,146 

21,181 

10,523 

7,192 

16,003 

30,396 

4,607 

4,920 

5,319 

11,918 

8,233 

3,018 

12,664 

23,263 

7.108 

1,518,501 

17.537 

5,213 

3,739 

4,157 

4,384 

11,667 

10,000 

5,116 

8,268 

21,816 

6,219 

10,026 

4,827 

5,673 



4-'O0O Port Chester..".'.'.! 5,538 
Port Jervis. , 7,217 



6,455 
2,684 
5,056 
3,105 
2,000 
29.910 
2,519 
2,142 
2,288 



2,315 

1,500 

6,635 

600 

400 



90,758 
5,500 
9,466 
2,500 

21,924 
4,845 

17,317 
5,000 
566,663 
155,134 
5,726 
2,80O 
4,820 
2,500 
3,800 

19,416 
4,192 
4,802 
4,050 
4,50O 
7,248 
3,500 

20,541 



3,000 



Port Richmond 

Potsdam 

Poughkeepsie. 

Rochester 

Pvome 

Salamanca 

Sandy Hill.... 
Saratoga Spr'gs. 
Saugerties... 
Schenectady 
Seneca Falls 
Sing Sing.... 
Stapleton .... 
Suspension B'ge. 
Syracuse — 
Troy ......... 

ITtica 

Tarrytown . 
Tonawanda 
Wappinger's Fls 

Warsaw 

Waterford.... 

"Waterloo 

Watertown. . . 

Watkins 

Waver ly 

"West Chester 

Westfield 

West Troy . . . 
Whitehall .... 
Yonkers 



N. CAROLINA, 

Ashville 

Charlotte 

Durham 



Elizabeth City. . . 

Fayettevillc 

Goldsboro 

Greensboro 

Henderson 

Hickory. 

Kingston 

lOOlNew Berne 

6,683|Oxford 

2,988|Raleigh 

8,693ISalem 



4,874 
3,148 

22,836 
138,327 

14,980 
3,690 
3,662 

13,124 
4,188 

18,392 
6,214 
7,219 
5,589 
4,510 

87,877 

60,669 

44,001 
3,901 
7,135 
5,104 
3,122 
3,523 
4,756 

14,733 
3,572 
3,654 
3,593 
3,804 

12,942 
4,672 

31,945 



10,433 

11,555 
5,371 
3,577 
3,249 
4,220 
4.325 
3,317 
3,748 
3.597 
3,576 
7,832 
3,842 

12,798 
3.128 



3,941 

4,283 
6,878 
2,000 
4.90O 
7,133 
4,000 
6,743 
4,160 
4,000 
3000 
3,500 
4,530 
8,195 
8,670 
4,202 
9,105 
4,200 
9,357 
5,013 
18.344 
7,432 
6.910 
13,522 
17,129 
5.500 
4,193 
4,411 
8,494 
2,500 



Cxxm am. 'i 



li*0. 



N. O.-Con. 

Salisbury 4 

Washington 3 

Wilmington 20 

Winston 7, 

N. DAKOTA. I 

Bismarck 2 

Fargo 5 

Grand Forks 4 

Jamestown 3, 



I 



534 

OOel 17350 

088 



260 1.758 

013 2,693 

1.706 

021 2.500 



OHIO. 

Akron 27 

Alliance 7 

Ashland 3 

Ashtabula I 8 

Athens 3 

Barnesville 3 

Bellaire 9 

Btllelontaine 4 

Belle vue 3 

Bowling Green.. 4 

Bridgeport 3 

Bryan 4 

Buchtel 3 

Bucyrus 6 

Cambridge 4 

Canal Dover 3 

Canton 26 

l'8no Celraa 3 

12 679 Chillicolhe 11 

i<^o?a Cincinnati 296 

= nnr , Circleville 6 

1 20fi >T>Bx 1( ; veland 261 

' poojColumbus 90 

% °0Q Coshocton 

f-fiSflCrestline 

S-gSpJ Dayton 

1 £2?? Defiance 

^•^AgDelaware 

9 '22RfDelphos 

. gSyilSast Cleveland, 
of? ?i|East Liverpool. 

|'|§5|Findlay I 18 

S'SGaFostorfa 6 

5 245 franklin 4 

S'St£|Fremont 7 

3'g2S|Galion 7 

S'£Z?iGallipolis 4 

2'5§l|Geneva 3, 

20 20? Greenfield 3 

IR'SgAJ Greenville 5. 

°9'f™ Hamilton 17, 

A'nnnlHJiselton 3 

$'%2$ Hillsborough....: 4 

I'llJ Ironton 10 



7C2 
598 

o(>3 
31C 
021 
.185 
901 
239 

!<>« 
J6€ 
182 

■'1:6 

951 
345 
486 
327 
3G7 
256 



10 512 
4 036 
3.004 
4.445 
2457 
2,435 
8 OSS 
3,993 
1 432 
1.800 
2395 
3,200 
417 
3.835 
2883 
2,423 
12.258 
1.346 
10938 
309 255,139 
675 6046 
546180.146 
398 51.647 
596 1.156 
725 3044 
131 2,840 
868 38.678 
681 5.907 



4,000 

13,655 

5,880 

6,578 

4,000 

3,000 

51,792 

56,747 

33.914 



3.864 
5,000 
2,503 
3,540 
5,000 
10,697 
2,500 
5,000 
6,000 
2,000 



4.270 

18,892 




Jackson 

Kanton I 5 

Kent 4 

Lancaster 8 

Lebanon 3 

Leetonia 3 

Lima 15 

Lockland 3 

Logan 3 

London 3 

Loram 3 

Mansfield 13 

Marietta 8 

Marion 8 

Martin's Ferry- • 6 

Marysville 3 

Massillon 10 

Miamisburgh .... 3 

Middleport 3 

Middletown 7 

Mt. Vernon 



f'lgS Nati'nl Military 



Home 4 

Nelson ville 4 

Newark 14 

NewPhil'd'lphia 4 

New Straitsville 3 

Niles 4 

Norwalk 7 

Oberlin 4 

Paines ville 5 

Piqua 9 

Pomeroy 4 

Portsmouth 12 

Ravenna 

Reading 



4 
3 
3 

Salem 6 

Sandusky 10 

Shawnee 5 

Sidney 4, 



Ripley. 
lei 



202 
,463 
042 
947 
530 
674 
329 
217 
140 
346 
550 
167 
127 
539 
519 
265 
367 
922 
388 
648 
463 
297 
174 
785 
970 
182 
119 
292 
872 
542 
308 
308 
247 
487 
068 
782 
209 
673 
016 

468* 
547 
369 
548 
396 
257 
268 
330 
297 
069 
7°7 
387 
397 
621 
562 
398 
234 
623 
903 



6.894 
5.500 

6,668 

4.777 
4.633 
4.860 
3500 
8.440 
6.635 
4.400 
1,903 
2.104 
3535 
12.122 

500 
3.223 
8.857 
3.021 
3.940 
3.309 
6,803 
2.703 
2.552 
7.567 

200 
2660 
3.067 
1.595 
9.859 
5.444 
3.899 
3.310 
2.100 
6836 

1 Bse 

3.032 
4.538 
5,240 



3.095 
9.60O 
3.070 
l.COO 
2.800 
6.704 
8.242 
4 000 
0.031 
5,68T 
1132." 
•iOOd 
2.08( 
2.54C 
-±.041 

16,8 a 

2000 

3 8g? 



united states census, 1880-1800 — Continued. 



Cities and Towns. 1890. 1880. Cities and Towns. 



OHIO.— Con. 

Springfield 

Steuben. viHe — 

Tiffin 

Toledo 

Trey 

TThrichsviilc 

Tipper Sandusj" 

"Orbana 

Van "Wert 

Wapakoneta 

Warren 

Washington 

Wellston 

Weils ville 

Wilmington 

Wooster 

Xenia 

■SToungstown 

Eanesvilie 



OREGON. 

Albany., 

Alfcina 

Astoria . 



32,135 
13,363 
10,978 
82,e52 

4.590 
5,266 
3,568 
8.457 
5,548 
3,616 
6,086 
5,793 
4,432 
5,336 
3,252 
6,050 
8,145 
33,199 
21,22,7 



4,072 
5,104 
7,071 



Baker City I 3,645 



East Portland. . 

East Salem 

Eugene 

Pendleton 

Portland 

The Dalles 



EENNSYLVA, 

Allegheny 

Allentown 

Altoona 

Apollo 

Archibald 

Arnot 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Athens 

Audenried 

Bangor 

Beaver Falls 

Bedford 

Belief onto 

Bethlehem 

Bloomsburg 

Braddock 

Bradford 

Bristol 

Brownsville 

Butler 

Cannonsburgh. . . 

Carbondalo 

Carlisle. 

Catasauqua 

Chamber sburg. . . 
Chartier sbor o gh 

Chester 

Chestnut Hill.... 

Clearfield 

Coatesville 

Columbia 

Consmaugh 

Connellsville 

Conshohocken. . . 

Corry 

Danville.... 

Dubois 

Dunmore 

Ea3fcon 

Erie 

Etna 

Franklin 

Freeland 

Gettysburg 

Giiberton 

Girardville 

Green3burgh 

Greenville 

Hanover 

Harrisburg 

Hawiey 

Hazleton 

Holiday sburg — 
Homestead....... 

Houtsdale 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 

Irwin 

Johnstown 

Kittanning 

Lancaster 

Iiansford 

Latrobe 

lAJanon 



10,481 
4,515 
3,958 
3,248 

47,294 
8,025 



204,667 
25,183 
30,269 

3,196 
4,028 
3,247 
7,376 
3,192 
4,127 
8,847 
3,127 
9,734 
3,547 
3,926 
6,750 
4,659 
8,538 

10,478 
6537 
3,347 
8,715 
3,162 

10,826 
8,031 
3,703 
8,006 
3,726 

20,167 
3,165 
3,394 
3,880 

10,597 
3,667 
r 5,623 
©5,469 
5,671 
9.073 
6,137 
8,242 

14,185 

39,699 
3,441 
6,220 
3,867 
3,180 
3,668 
3,590 
6,428 
3,637 
3,739 

40,221 
3,629 

11,818 
3,004 
5,849 
3,269 
6,062 
4,398 
3,690 

21,129 
3,095 

32,090 
3,995 
4,576 

14.734 



PENN.— Con. 

20,730 Lehighton 

12,033 Lewisburg 

7,879^Lewi6town 

E0,137 ~ 

3,803 

2,500 

3,540 

6,252 

4,079 

2,76b 

4,428 

3,798 

1,952 

8,377 

8745 

5,840 

7,026 
15,435 
18,113 



2,500 
143 
2,803 
1,300 
2,934 



1,117 

700 

17,677 

2,232 



78,602 
18,063 
19,710 
1,500 
3,049 
2,782 
6,052 
2,799 
3,500 
1,500 
3,000 
5,104 
2,011 
3,026 
6,193 
3,702 
8,000 
9,197 
6,273 
4,500 
3,163 
2,000 
7,714 
6,209 
3,065 
6,877 



14,997 
1,300 
2,500 

2,763 



Lock Haven . 

Mahancy 

MansfieldValley 
Mauch Chunk.. 

McDonald 

McKeesport 

Meadville 

Mechanicsburg . 

Middletown 

Milton 

Minersville 

Monongahela... 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Pleasant.... 

Nanticoke 

New Brighten.. 

New Castle 

Norristown 

North East 

Oil City 

Olyphant 

Philadelphia 

Philipsburgh . . . 
Phcenixvillo — 

Pittsburg 

Pittston 

Plymouth 

Pottstown 

Pottsville 

Punxsutawney. 

Quakertown 

Beading. 

Reynoldsviilo . . 

Rochester 

Scranton 

Shamokin 

Sharon , 



Sharpsburg 

Shenandoah 

Slatington 

So. Bethlehem. 
South Chester.. 
South Eaaton.... 

It. Claire 

teelton. 



Sunbur y 

Suso ue norma — 

Tamaqua 

Tarentum 

Titusville 

Towanda 

Tyrone 

Union City 

TJniontown 

Verona 

Warren 

Washington 

Watsontown 

Waynesborough 
Waynesburgh. . . 

Weatherly 

Wellsboro 



R31S West Chester. . . 
l'500[ West Pittston.. 

i'ggf OTSSSt::: 

6 ;277|York 

8,346! 

2,718 RHODE ISIi'ND 

11 '924 1 In ful1 el8ewhere • 
27'7371 

2:334 S. CAROLINA. 

5 '010jBeaufort 

1.000 camden 

3,098 
2,730 
3,500 
3,007 
2,317 



Charleston , 
Columbia . . 
Florence . 
Greenville.... 
Newberry.... 

2,082 w 

6,935 

3,150 



2,060 
4,125 
3,907 
3,000 
8,380 
2,624 
25,769 
2,206 
1,813 



S. DAKOTA. 



892 Aberdeen. 



Huron 
Sioux Falls . 
"Yankton 



TENNESSEE. 
Bristol 

Chattanooga.... 
Clarks ville.... . 



_ e.773lcievelaad. 



3,729 
3,205 
.3,288 
7,350 

11,291 
6 827 
4,098 
4,983 

20,711 
9,502 
3,690 
5,104 
5,317 
3,502 
4,086 
8,251 
3,399 

10,037 
5,603 

11,851 

19,750 
3,792 

10,943 

4,075 

1,046,252 

3,929 

8,508 

338,473 

10,295 
9,341 

13,201 

14,194 
4,379 
3,588 

68,926 
3,593 
3,635 

83,450 

14,391 
7,447 
4,897 

13,447 
3,129 

10,386 
7,067 
6,616 
6,950 
9,230 
6,892 
3,865 
4,672 
4,116 
8,010 
4166 
6,134 
3,326 
6,358 
4,367 
6"" 
71645 
3,077 
4,639 
3,165 
3,068 
3,041 
7,965 
3,731 

37,651 

27,107 

20,849 



3,577 
3,021 
64,592 
14,508 
4,378 
8,583 
3,002 
5,532 
3,860 



5,000 

3,038 

10,154 

S.S5S 



6,600 

29,109 

8,053 

8,402 



1880. Cities and Towns. 1890. 1880. 



2,800 

3,080 
3,223 
5,845 
7,181 
5,500 
3,752 
2,000 
8.212 
8,860 
3018 
3,351 
2,102 
3,249 
2,904 
2,378 
2,500 
3,884 
3,653 
8,418 

13,083 

2,000 

7,315 

2,094 

847170 

3,000 

„ 6,682 

156,389 

7,472 

6,085 

6,305 

13,253 
6,000 
2,000 

43,278 
3,600 
2,652 

45,850 
8,184 
5,684 
3,466 

10,147 
1,900 
4,925 
3,384 
4,534 
4,149 
2,447 
4,077 
3,467 
6,730 
1,245 
9,046 
3,814 
2,678 
7,800 
3,255 
700 
2,810 
4,292 
1,800 
2,126 
5,000 
1,977 
2,228 
7,046 
2,514 

23,310 

18,934 

13,940 



2,649 
3,027 
49,984 
10,036 
1,915 
6,160 
2,342 
3,253 
2,011 



1,800 
2.600 
2,164 
3,421 



647 
12,892 



TEN2T.— Con. 

Columbia 

Dayton 

Sdgefield. , 

Jackson , 

Knoxville 

Memphis 

Murireesboro. . . 

Nashville , 

S. Pittsburgh... 
Union. City 



T EXAS . 



Abilene 

Austin , 

Beaumont 

Belton 

Bonham 

Brenhara 

Brownsville.. 
Brownwood... 

Bryan 

Cleburne 

Columbus 

Corpus Christ! 

Corsicana 

Cuero 

Dallas 

Denison 

Denton 

El Paso 

Fort Worth.... 
Gainesville.... 

Galveston 

Gonzales 

Greenville 

Houston 

Jefferson 

Lampasas 

Laredo 

Marshall 

McKinney 

Navasota 

Orange 

Palestine 

£aris. 

San Angelo.... 
San Antonio... 

Sherman , 

Sulphur Springs 

Temple 

Tyler 

. ictoria 

Waco... 

Waxahachie . 
Weatherford. 



TTTATT. 



Provo City. 

Salt Dake City. 
Spanish Fork... 

VERMONT. 



Barretown 

Brattleboro 

Bellows Falls.. 

Bennington 

Burlington 

Colchester 

Montpelier 

Rockingham.... 

Rutland 

St. Albans 

St. Johnsbury.. 

VIRGINIA. 



Alexandria 

Arlington 

Charlottesville . 
Fredericksburg. 

Hampton 

Lexington 

Lynchburg 

nchester 

Norfolk 

Petersburg 

Pocahontas 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 



Staunton.... 
Winchester. 
WythevillQ . 



6,100 

3,200 

5.8G4 

10,022 

22,447 

64,586 

3,638 

76,309 

3,238 

4,355 



4,573 

15,324 

3,265 

4,072 

4,267 

6,237 

5,027 

3,196 

3,869 

5,126 

3,016 

4378 

8,278 

3,079 

38,140 

10,959 

3,129 

10,836 

20,725 

6,563 

29,118 

3,152 

4,439 

27,411 

3,070 

3,184 

11,313 

7,196 

3,849 

6,610 

3,168 

5,834 

8,258 

6,316 

38,681 

7,320 

3,876 

4,437 

6,908 

1S;067 
3,387 
3,314 



4,624 
14,919 

6,153 
45,025 

3,476 



6,812 
6,869 
3,021 
6,391 

14,590 
6,143 
4,160 
4,579 

11,769 

w 



14,318 

4,450 

6,562 

4,517 

6,536 

3,036 

19,779 

9,229 

84,986 

23,317 

8,980 

12,345 

80,838 

16,120 

6,921 

4.95 

8,57 



3,40! 

„ 2C I 

2,00 
5,37 
9,69 

33 58 
3,80 

43,35 
1,04 
1,89 



3,50 
11,01 

1,65 
2,00 
188 
4,10 
4,93 



3,00 
2,00 

2,00 I 
3,25 
3,37 i 
1,50; 
10,35 ! I 

2,66 1 
22,24, : 
1,65 1 ! 
1,60! I 
16,51 ! 
3,26 ; 
2,50 : 
3,52 : 
6,621 1 
2,00' I 
1,61 . 
1,501 
2,99! 
3,98i 
1,00, , 
20,55 
6.09 
1,85 ' 
2,50: 
2.42 
2,0l' 
7,291 
3,00' 
2,04 1 



3,39 
6,06 ' 
3,43 
20,76 
2,30 1 



2,06 i 

5:88; 

2,22; 

6,33 
11,36. 

4,42! 

3,21; 

3,79 ! 
12,14 

7.19 1 

6,80 



13,85 

450, 

6.00 

6,011 

2,681 

3,00; 

15,95 

6,72 

21,96' 

21,65 

60 

11,39 

63,60 



4,96 
2,00 



united states Census, 1880-1890 — Continued. 



Cities ani> Towns 



WASHINGTON 

I Fair Haven 

Olympia 

Port Townsend. 

Seattle 

Spokane Falls.. 

lacoma 

Vancouver 

Walla "Walla.... 

W. VIRGINIA 

Charleston 

Grafton 

Huntington 

Martinsburg — 
Parkersburg — 
Wheeling 

WISCONSIN. 

Appleton 

Ashland 



4.273 

4,698 

3,327 

43,914 

19,917 

35,858 

3,364 

4,877 



6,734 
3,920 

10,084 
7,207 
8,389 

35,052 



11,825 
16000 



1880. Citiks and Towns. isoo. 1880. Citij:s ami Towns. 1890. 1880. 



2,000 
700 



-Con. 



WIS. 

Baraboo 

Beaver Dam 

Beloit 

3,533 Berlin 

Chippewa Falls, 

Bau Claire 

Fond du Lac 

Fort Howard. . . 

Green Bay 

Janes ville 

Kaukauna 

Kenosha 

La Crosse 

Madison 

Manitowoc 

Marinette 

Menosha 

Menekaunee .... 

Menominee 

Merrill 

Milwaukee 



1,098 
1 700 
2,500 



4,192 
30 
3,174 
6,335 
6,582 
30,737 



8,005 
951 



4,602 

4,207; 

6.276 1 

4.2661 

8,520l 

17,438 

11,942 

4,748 

8,879i 

10,631 

3,892 

6,529 

25,053 

13,392 

7,525 

11,513 

4,569 

3,124 

6,485 

8,978 

204,160 



3.26C 

3,416 

4.790 

4,007 

3,982 

10,119 

13,004 

3,083 

7,464 

9,018 

3,239 

5,039 

14,505 

10,324 

6,367 

6.412 

3,144 

3,052 

4,177 

3,948 

115,587 



WIS. -Con. 

Monroe 

Neenah 

Oconto 

Oshkosh 

Portage 

Prairie du Chien 

Racine 

Ripon 

Sheybogan 

Stevens Point.. 

Superior 

Watertov/n 

Waukesha 

Wausau 

White Water . . . 

WYOMING. 

Cheyenne 

Iiaramie 

Rock Sp ringe... 



3.865 


3 258 


B 07(1 


4.202 


ft 221 


4.171 


22,762 


15.748 


8,130 


1.346 


3 122 


2.777 


21.022 


16.031 


3,354 


3.017 


10341 


7.314 


7.888 


4449 


13,000 


2. 704 


8,870 


7883 


7.475, 


4.613 


9.251 1 


4.277 


4,359 


3,617 


11,693 


3,456 


6,395, 


2,696 


3,377! 





POPULATION OF FOEEIGN CITIES. 



London, Eng^ 3,832,441 

Paris, France 2,325,910 

Canton, China 1,500,000 

Berlin, Prussia 1,315,297 

Vienna, Austria 1 103,110 

Pekin, China 1,000,000 

St. Petersburg 949,100 

Tokio, Japan 902,837 

Constantinople 873,565 

Calcutta, India 871,504 

Bombay, India 773,196 

Moscow, Russia 753,469 



Glasgow, Scotland 555,289 

Liverpool, England 552,425 

Naples, Italy 493,115 

Buenos Ayres 466,375 

Brussels, Belgium 448,088 

Riode Janeiro, Brazil... 420,000 

Madras, India 405,848 

Lyons, France 401 ,930 

Birmingham, Eng 400,757 

Madrid, Spain 397,690 

Amsterdam, Holland. ...390,016 
Marseilles, France 376,143 



Cairo, Egypt 374,838 

Dublin, Ireland 349,486 

Manchester, Eng 341,508 

City of Mexico, Mexico. .329,535 

Leeds, Eng 309,126 

Hamburg, Gter 305,690 

Sheffield, Eng 284.410 

Rome, Italy 273,268 

Lisbon, Portugal 246,340 

Havana, Cuba 230,000 

Edinburgh, Scotland.... 228,075 



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Has a larger circulation than any paper in 
Franklin county. It circulates nearly iooo 
copies in Orange each week, and has a 
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Attorney and Counselor at Law, 

Notary Public. 

Masonic Block, Room i, 

SOUTH MAIN STREET, ORANGE, MASS. 

ORANGE HARDWARE CO., 



Lime and Cement, Paints and Oils. Grass and Garden Seeds, Agricultural 
Tools, Cordage, and Contractors', Builders', Masons', Painters', Blacksmiths* 
and Mill Supplies. 

SPORTING GOODS and FISHING TACKLE. 

Mann's BIk., South Main Street, Orange, Mass. 

J. R. STRATTON, Manager and Prompter. 

STRATTON'S OPERATIC ORCHESTRA. 

Music Furnished for Balls, Assemblies, Parties, Receptions, etc., at 
reasonable prices. Any number of pieces furnished. 

Agents for HIGH GRADE BICYCLES. 

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MISS A. M. FOSTER, 

DEALER IN 

DRY and FANCY GOODS, 



Hosiery, Gloves, Laces, and a Complete Line of 
Ladies' Furnishings. 



IXFANTS' FURNISHINGS A SPECIALTY. 

ORANGE, MASS. 



SOUTH MAIN STREET, 



THE ORANGE CLOTHING CO. 

One of Four Stores 
Under one Management. 

The Leading Clothiers in this Part of Mass. 

CUTTING & DEXTER, Proprietors. 
North Adams. Orange. Adams. Athol. 

ARTHUR T. DAVIS, 

Trucking and Jobbing of all Kinds 

ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 

Careful and immediate attention 
paid to Moving. 

ALL KINDS OF WOOD DELIVEEED TO ANY 
PART OF THE VILLAGE. 



,Mll,n^Iffi|, ll f|&^ 




--^ 57 West Eiver Street, ORANGE, MASS. 



E. A. PHILLIPS, Prop. 

FINE BREAD, CAKE, PASTRY, ETC. 

Charlotte Russe, Lady Fingers 

and Macaroons a 

Specialty. 

CATERER. ICE CREAM. 



15 NORTH MAIN ST. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 

ORANGE, MASS. 




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Staple and Fancy Groceries, 
Fruits, Vegetables. 

Washburn's Block, 3 Depot St., 
ORANGE, MASS. 



C. A. TOWNE, 

Dealer in 

Choice Groceries, 

Provisions, etc. 

Goddard's Block, 

4 East Main St., Orange, Mass. 

Weekly Settlements Required. 




GROCER. 

High Grade Teas, Coffees and Spices a Specialty. 

4 East Main St., Orange, Mass. 

I ARTHUR D. POTTER, 

GRIST MILL. 

FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED, 

Lime, Cement and Baled Hay, Salt, Coal, Etc. 



Off Mill St., near Railroad, Orange, Mass, 



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Orders left at Office, Water St., or at House on Grove St.,promptly attended to. 

Particular attention given to Moving Furniture, Pianos, etc., in spring 
wagons. Orders for Teaming and Jobbing of every description solicited, and 
promptly executed. 



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"WOOHD -AJNX> COAL 

Trucking and Furniture Moving. 
Hard Wood in any form. Sawdust by the load. 

OFFICE, OFF, SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, COUTH MAIN STREET, ORANGE, MACS, 
ARTHUR F. SLATE, 

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ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 




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. . to . . 

HIGH, COR. PROSPECT STREET, ORANGE, MASS. 

AMOS BLODGETT, 

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WILL ALSO ATTEND TO THE 

Moving of Buildings, Heavy Machinery and Stump Pulling. 
JOBBING OF ALL KINDS DONE. 

ALSO, MILK, MEAT AND CATTLE INSPECTOR. 

28 WEST RIVER STREET, - ORANGE, MASS. 



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Opp. Depot, ORANGE, MASS. 

First-class Accommodations for 

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HARLEY H. GRAVES, Proprietor. 




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HAND MADE SHOES A SPECIALTY. 

SHOP oit :e.&.bt EIVEE ST., 

OPP. HAYOEN ST., ORANGE, W1ASS. 



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Orange National Bank, 

Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $78,000. 

OPEN 9 A. M. TO 3 P. M. 
JOHN W. WHEELER, WARREN M. KING, 

President. Cashier. 

ORANGE SAVINGS BANK, 



INCORPORATED 1§71. 

DEPOSITS, $930,000. GUARANTY FUND, $28,400. 

PROFIT AND LOSS, $34,790. 



John W. Wheeler, President. Warren M. King, Treasurer. 
Open Q au m. to 3 p. m. 

Orange Co-operative Bank, 

BEGAN BUSINESS JANUARY 23, 1889. 

MANN'S BLOCK, - - ORANGE, MASS. 

Dues Capital, $72,000. Profits, $11,000. 

Real Estate Loans, $76,000. Share Loans, $5,600. 

FKANK S. EWINQ, President. E. S. HALL, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Security Committee: 

A. W. BALLOU, JOHN L. WILLIAMS, ZENAS W. LAMB. 

Annual ell vidends of 6 per cent, nave always been paid. 

Frank L. Grout, President. Frank S. Ewing, Treasurer. 

WHITMAN GROCERY CO., 



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Every package contains four envelopes of gelatine, each of which makes 
one pint of clear, firm jelly. This convenient method of putting up gelantine 
is original with us and is protected by law. Minute gelantine requires no 
soaking and dissolves instantly. 

Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated MINUTE TAPIOCA. 

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consult some one of the many users, 
and you will decide at once to get the 
best. An elegant set of attachments 
goes with each machine. Dealers 
everywhere. 

THE NEW HOME 

Sewing 
Machine Co. 



ELVIN W. TRAIN, 

Practical Plumber and Steam Fitter 

Agent for The Plummer Steam and Leader Hot Water Heater. Hot Air 
Furnaces. Dealer in Plumbers' Materials and Pumps. Estimates for Plumb- 
ing or Heating Given on Application. Iron, Lead and Soil Pipe at Lowest 
Market Prices. 

28 RAILROAD ST., ORANGE, MASS. 



Sylvanus D. Munro. 



William C. Johnson. 



Clarence W. Brown. 



The S. I>. MUNRO CO., 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE HOUSE FINISH, 

LUMBER, TIMBER, ETC. 

Balustrades, Piazza Posts, Hard and Soft Wood Flooring. Sheathing. Turn- 
ing of all kinds. Planing, Matching, and all kinds 
of Jobbing to order, etc. 

Shop, off Mill Street, Near Rodney Hunt Works. 

LOCK BOX 1308, ORANGE, MASS.